We mainly use our smartphones to look at memes and Google weird questions we’re too embarrassed to ask out loud. That’s not exactly what you could call “smart”. What is smart, though, is downloading one of the many helpful driving apps that can help us find cheap gas, warn us about speed traps, and so much more. Read on to learn about the helpful driving apps you should be using.
The 2018 Mazda6 was on display at the 42nd annual Edmonton Motorshow, and it did not disappoint. Competitively priced, handsomely designed, packed with advanced tech, and sporting a brand-new engine that’ll have you dreaming of the open road, the 2018 Mazda6 was one of our top picks at the Motorshow.
There were more than 35,000 vehicle-related deaths in the US last year (and nearly 2000 more in Canada). As a result, 43 companies are currently investing in self-driving car technology, with more on the way. Given the fact that self-driving cars can’t text or eat a hamburger or get drunk and be “fiiiiiiinnnneeee, you guys,” the math … Continued
There’s literally a podcast for everything at this point. “The Pen Addict” is a podcast about pens and stationary and it has more than 270 episodes. There’s a podcast about crowdfunding Christian musicians (specifically). There’s even a podcast about people on a UFO forum responding to each other. For some reason. And while that’s great, … Continued
Sadly, it’s that time of year again: the temperatures have dropped, we’re waking up to frost on our windshields, and every now and then we feel our vehicles slip just a little bit when we try to stop. In other words, it’s time to ditch our all-seasons and replace them with winter tires. At the … Continued