In Canada, driving conditions can be difficult and variable. Adopting proper practices through simple gestures can save lives and reduce the severity of injuries. Read our advice to help maximize your security and that of your loved ones on our roads and within any driving conditions.
How do Wet Surfaces Affect Your Tires?
- Winter tires
- Summer tires
Although Canadian snowy winters and warm summers are great, sometimes the weather can also be a burden, especially when you're driving. For example, intense rain no matter the season can cause a lot of accidents on the roads because of risks of aquaplaning.As a driver, you need the right tires to drive on very wet roads. In order to know what kind of characteristics you should be looking for in your tires, learn more about this driving...
The clock is ticking: Get your winter tires installed today!
- winter tires
With the cold and snow at our doorstep, drivers must adapt their driving yet again. For everyone’s safety, winter tires are an absolute must. There’s no getting round it; winter tires are mandatory on all vehicles by December 15.Exceptions...
Ten Essential Items for your Vehicle Emergency Kit
When setting off in your vehicle it is important to be ready for any eventuality. Though quite low on anyone’s wish list the unexpected can happen, such as a road accident or a vehicle mechanical breakdown. To have on hand the emergency...
- Winter Tires
Driving in iceIn Canada it is practically impossible to avoid driving on an icy road. When you hit a patch of ice, the engine of your vehicle can brake and block the drive wheels. In the case of front-wheel drive, this will cause loss of...