Parking tips: how to parallel park on your driver’s test

A driver’s test can be extremely stressful for the person sitting in the driver’s seat. This is going to make the difference between getting your license or having to rely on everyone else for rides for a long time. Nobody wants to fail, so making sure that you are completely prepared is the only way.. read more →

08 Sep 2015
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The Most Common Reasons for Failing a Driver’s Test

The big day has come. All of your studying, practicing, and worrying is about to be put to the test on the road today. This test will decide if you take that big step and become a licensed driver, or if you need to keep getting rides from your friends and parents. Although passing is.. read more →

24 Aug 2015
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Tips for Driving in the Rain

Being able to drive in diverse weather conditions isn’t just a skill for people looking to pass a driver’s test – it is a skill that all drivers need to have in order to keep everyone on the road safe. The climate can change in a heartbeat in Canada, so being prepared is of utmost.. read more →

27 Jul 2015
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Tips for New Drivers

Once you get your driver’s license, there is still a lot that you need to learn to be a competent and confident driver on the road. Although you have your driving school knowledge that helped you pass your tests, the following guidelines can help you enhance your driving skills in no time. Know Your Car.. read more →

08 Jul 2015
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Driving Etiquette 101

Courtesy is a quality every individual needs to have in every single thing one does in life, and driving is no exception. The majority of drivers think that driving is just getting from point A to point B, but the truth is not that simple. The road is composed of cars that range in sizes.. read more →

06 Apr 2015
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The Importance of Defensive Driving

People often don’t do what you expect them to. This is particularly true when driving. Driving speeds are greater than they ever were before, and unfortunately drivers have to deal with more distractions, safety hazards, and basic driving errors than ever before. Defensive driving teaches the person behind the wheel how to anticipate and react.. read more →

18 Mar 2015
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What to Do If You Have a Cracked Windshield

Driving in a car with a dirty or damaged windshield poses serious dangers, especially if the driver is trying to navigate through fog, heavy rain or snow. Despite the risks, many drivers are reluctant to replace a damaged windshield. The rationale adopted by many car owners, especially the younger ones might be: “Why spend the.. read more →

03 Mar 2015
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Helpful Car Cleaning Tips for the Winter Season

During the winter, our cars have to struggle through the snow, slush and snow. They deserve to be cleaned every now and then. You could take your car to a professional car wash but if you have some free time and like to care for your car on your own, then you can do so.. read more →

17 Feb 2015
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What to Do When a Tire Bursts

Unless you hear the tire burst, the first sign of a blowout will be that your car suddenly pulls hard to one side. Your instinct will be to slam on the brakes, but don’t. Sudden braking is the single worst thing that you can do if a tire blows out. Breaking will only exacerbate the.. read more →

03 Feb 2015
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The Dangers of Road Rage

  The term road rage refers to an extreme form of aggressive driving that has been identified as a risk factor for motor vehicle accidents. Road rage behaviours include repeated horn honking, red-light running, tailgating, headlight flashing, excessive breaking, verbal abuse, lewd gestures directed at another motorist, purposefully cutting off another driver and even exiting.. read more →

20 Jan 2015
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