We lost a great person yesterday.
Today, a Toronto Transit Commission spokesman explained why public busses in North America's fourth-largest city don't use winter tires.
I've been driving for 20 years (am I really that old?) and for all that time, I've had my side mirrors adjusted the way somebody, two decades ago, told me they were supposed to be: angled so I could just see the edges of my own car and a clear view of the lanes behind me.
My first automotive love was rally. I fell fast and I fell hard one frosty autumn morning a decade ago, after first witnessing the violent ballet that I have come to understand is the hallmark of a master driver at work.