10 Car Inspired Mother’s Day Gifts for Under $100

It’s that time of year again: Mother’s Day! Struggling for gift ideas? We’ve got 10 inexpensive suggestions that she’ll be sure to love. All of these gadgets make driving easier and more convenient. You’ll probably end up buying some of them for yourself too.

Dogs in Cars: The Do’s and Don’ts

Meet Eddy, a fun-loving Jack Russell who loves going for car rides. What do you do when Eddy gets sick inside your vehicle? How long can you leave him in the car unattended? Can Eddy sit in the front seat? We’ve got the answers to these questions and more.

6 Things To Know When Buying A Car Seat

First time parent? Don’t make a huge mistake and buy the wrong car seat. We’ve covered all the bases for you: What to look for, the different types of cars seats, what to avoid and finally, some helpful tips from professionals.

The 10 Best Vehicles For Car Seats

Just because you’re a parent doesn’t mean you have to drive a minivan full of diapers around. We’ve found 10 vehicles that blend utility and style, and make toting a car seat a piece of cake. And there’s two that will really surprise you.

Should You Be Using Regular or Premium Gas?

Ever had a couple extra dollars in the bank and though “what the hell, I’ll fill up with premium today?” You drive away from the pumps thinking you’re in for one of the smoothest rides of your life. Ever taken a second to think, maybe this is a hoax? Is premium even better? And can using the wrong type of gas ruin your engine? Well, we’ve got the answers.

Winter Tires VS. All-Seasons: Which Should You Buy?

As Canadians, we have a lot of misconceptions about winter and all-season tires. Chances are, what you think you know… is wrong. Let us debunk the myths for you, validate the facts and get you on the right set of wheels before the snow starts to fall. Or, you know, you could just ignore this article and take your chances on the ice. We’d rather you didn’t though.

How Long Should You Warm Up Your Vehicle?

Do you really have to warm up your car in the winter? It’s actually a really common misconception that stems from a time when cars weren’t nearly as sophisticated as they are today. Back when cars were still sold with carburetors they needed they needed to be warmed up for longer. Because modern vehicles have … Continued