DOMESTIC DRIFT  If you can’t find a racetrack close to home, bring the racetrack home. Takeshi Teruya of Hamilton, New Zealand spent $10,500 converting his family’s driveway into a private drift course, as a way of battling boredom during the pandemic. Teruya said that the motivation behind building the track was “to do something fun […]


MOBILE MODULES  Secondary students in the Ottawa area can expect the world of skilled trades to be rolling up to their school’s doors sometime soon, as the St. Lawrence College Mobile Skills Training Lab makes its way through the area. The lab has been making its rounds through the Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB) […]


BEHOLD THE BETA  Tesla’s “Full Self-Driving” beta has officially launched in Canada amid a wave of social media hype and some unforeseen hiccups. With the 2022.4.5.20 software update, Canada becomes the first country outside of the U.S. to join the beta. The excitement of the launch was dampened for Toronto-area drivers who found self-driving service […]


THE MENTAL TOLL  A United Arab Emirates-based road safety advocacy group is working to address the invisible wounds that come with auto collisions. In collaboration with OnStar, RoadSafetyUAE is seeking “to understand and therefore better address the emotional state and requirements of drivers in their time of need” by studying the psychological impact of auto […]