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Some simple things you can do to help reduce the risks and severity of whiplash
It was, and still is, regarded by many as the best production replicar ever built on the legacy of the Shelby Cobra. You know, the Cobra — the small, iconic, over-muscled roadster that in the 1960s won races and hearts ev [ ... ]
Canadians complain about potholes about as much as we whine about the weather, but a Montreal man has found a creative way to express his displeasure about the condition of his street.
With sales taxes on some purchases to become as high as 25%, is British Columbia’s status as Canada’s luxury car playground about to come to an end?
Local rally racers are doing some rallying of a different sort: they’ve launched a campaign to bring the World Rally Championship back to Canada.
Between November 2017 and January 2018, these were Canada’s 25 best-selling SUVs this winter
They are everywhere, and they can cause serious damage to your car. Here's expert advice from our mechanic on how best to handle potholes.
From the world's fastest car, to the Hot Wheels you love, it's all here
The all-new Lamborghini Urus is the fastest SUV on the planet - it has a top speed of 305 km/h. And it can be yours for just $232,000.
This year, Canadian Black Book gave out retained-value awards in 20 vehicle categories. The highlights include some predictable results... and a couple of twists.
You don't have to spend a lot on a new car to benefit from strong resale values, as Canadian Black Book's 2018 Best Retained Value Awards indicate.
Crossovers and SUVs are the darlings of the auto industry right now...
Toyota ran away with this year's Canadian Black Book Best Retained Value Awards, winning in eight of the 20 divisions the vehicle valuation company divides the industry's offerings into, including the hard-fought pickup tr [ ... ]
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Tips to help keep you safe in nasty weather
Company's smallest model will arrive here as hatchback
Beer, here! A little-known New Brunswick highway sign that highlights breweries as tourist attractions is getting a big amount of attention.