Believe it or not, Toronto doesn’t let cars from the Car2Go car-sharing service park on the streets. The company has spent the past few years trying to convince the city to allow on-street parking for the Smart cars. The city has basically told them to pound sand, so now Car2Go is basically telling the city to do the…
A disgruntled Toronto taxi driver at an anti-Uber protest decided to beat on the window of a car he suspected to be UberX-ing. He then brilliantly decided to hang off the side of the poor Civic as it tried to drive away, proving yet again that the machine is greater than the man.
Nelson Piquet Jr. made his Indy Lights debut in Toronto on pole, but a horrifying crash with another driver dashed his hopes for a win. The good news is that he and the driver he collided with, RC Enerson, were both uninjured. That’s kind of a miracle when you see what happened to Enerson’s car.
Well, that didn't take a long. The inevitable Rob Ford joke at the IndyCar Honda Toronto race this weekend, I mean.
A terrifying wall of snow, wind, and ice tentatively being called a "snowboob" caused 96 cars to crash into each other on Highway 400 near Toronto, yet miraculously only three people were injured. Some of the cars were "nearly torn in half," according to CP24, which makes that figure all the more impressive.
What appear to be three very stupid criminals shot and killed a man three weeks ago in suburban Toronto, but not before slowly driving past five neighborhood security cameras. Can you help the police identify the car?
In an effort to boost sales, a Toronto Porsche dealership took its cars to affluent homes, photographed them in the driveways, and sent the pictures to homeowners.
A Canadian BMW dealer has launched a contest for an in-house blogger, with the winner getting a free condo in downtown Toronto for a year, a new Bimmer to drive and international travel, along with a $65,000 salary. The downside? Finding 12 months worth of nice things to say about the X6.
A convoy of extreme truckers conquered snow, 250 traffic lights, and 1,614 service wires to move six gigantic one-million-bottle capacity fermenting vats from a German ship to the Molson Coors Brewery in Toronto. That's a lot of Keystone Light.
Christmas may come early in Toronto as the unionized workers of the parking authority are planning to go on strike this December 20th. Is this a good thing?
We all miss the inimitable POLAЯ, but at least we've got some DOTSBE photos that he shot on the streets of his native Toronto before running off to become Maximum Warlord of the Trilateral Commission. First up is this remarkably unrusty '59 DeSoto; make the jump to see the entire gallery and read some classic POLAЯisms
Apparently an idea and creation from the past that holds promise for future applications was just too much for the CBC's crack team of comedy writers to resist — the Back to the Future puns in this piece are a real riot. Greg Vezina managed to convert a Chevy Impala to run on "Hydrofuel", or the very smelly chemical…
Quick update from the Bullrun.
You know, we're like the inverse of Funkmaster Flex. He's wide. We're thin. He's rich. We're poor. He hips to the hop. We punk out. He's black. We're white. But, despite the differences in views on how a car should be properly customized, we share the same view on great raw materials: "A '69 Charger R/T 440 six-pack.…