Audra Tatum, a mother of three from Walker County, Georgia, learned this lesson the hard way, and she has a simple warning for all car passengers.
Checking your brakes can go a long way toward keeping you safe and improving the longevity of your vehicle. Here’s how to check one of your car’s most important safety systems.
Are you driving your children toward danger? Here’s why you need to disrobe your child to keep him or her safe this winter.
Changing your windshield wiper blades is not as difficult as it may look. Make sure your wipers always provide maximum vision while you drive with these step-by-step instructions from the auto experts at NAPA Canada.
Don’t let the winter weather catch you and your car by surprise. To make sure you’re prepared, check out these handy tips from the auto experts at NAPA Canada.
The all-new 2018 Camry is a bold departure from its predecessors, in the way it looks and feels—and even in the way it sounds.
Heads turn each time this classic Camaro comes to a red light—and for good reason!
Did you know that cooling system failure is one of the main causes of roadside breakdown in Canada? Looking at just the drive belt isn’t the answer—the entire accessory belt drive system should be inspected. Here’s how.
Next time you’re in the market for a car, you may want to keep this colour in mind.
Loaded with convenience features and a top-of-the-line safety system, the Toyota Sienna is the ideal van for those with lots of people—and cargo—to transport. Here are a few qualities that make it so family friendly.
Take a read through some of the features that set Toyota trucks apart.
Although most Canadians switch their car tires each winter, a new study suggests we’re doing it at the wrong time.
Is car sharing right for you? Consider these reasons why it might make sense for you to join the car-sharing ranks.
Aggressive driving contributes to 56 per cent of all fatal car crashes. Here’s expert advice on how to avoid becoming a victim of road rage.
The position of a car’s fuel door (if you can actually remember where it is) remains one of the greatest unsolved motoring mysteries.
Real (and really odd) excuses about car accidents made for insurance claims.
Are your vehicle headlights dim or burnt out? These step-by-step instructions from the experts at NAPA Canada will show you how to replace headlights, bulbs and fuses.
Although changing brake pads is a job most vehicle owners leave to the pros, it is possible to do it yourself—provided you have the proper tools, equipment and expertise. Here’s what you should know before you attempt to replace disc pads.
The British custom of driving on the left side of the road isn’t a sign of eccentricity—there’s actually a very sensible reason for it.
Has your vehicle been overheating lately? You could call your mechanic and pay for an expert diagnosis, or you could replace your thermostat yourself with the help of these step-by-step instructions from NAPA Canada.