I've been writing about cars since 1983, and my work appears in a variety of places. I review new vehicles, write feature articles, and write about old cars.
You can catch me regularly in the National Post and its Driving.ca; at AutoTRADER.ca; in the antique-car newspaper Old Autos; in Automotive News Canada; and in the industry magazines Tire News, AutoJournal and Fleet Digest. For many years I was also the Assistant Editor for Autos.ca (formerly CanadianDriver.com).
I was a contributor to the Toronto Star's Wheels section beginning in 1987, and for Metro since 2009, until those outlets dropped their freelance writers in 2016.
I also write on other subjects. I'm a contributor to Pen World, a U.S.-based magazine for fountain pen collectors. In the past, I've also written about cocktails and collecting for Sharp magazine, on rural living for Rural Delivery magazine, and for Harrowsmith, Maclean's, Where New Orleans, Collision Management, Cars & Parts, and Canadian Street Rodder.
Join me on my website at www.WomanOnWheels.ca, where you can find a link to all of my online car reviews and some of my stories.
The Honda Passport only seats five passengers, but it'll carry almost everything they own
Plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) may be the best choice for those who like electrics but need more range. A PHEV will run on its battery alone after you plug in it, but once that runs out, it'll keep going as long as it has fuel in its tank. Volvo has a...
The truck that became Dodge, the cars that became trucks, and the Mack that got smaller ... check out my list of little-known classic trucks over at the National Post (Driving.ca).
Confused by terms like kW, kWh, Le, and charging in general? We explain what they mean
Sometimes automakers hit home runs with their vehicles, and then sometimes -- they don't. I've rounded up eight vehicles that didn't resonate with buyers in my story at the National Post (Driving.ca).
The company's big news right now is the 702-horsepower Ram TRX, but it's not the first time it's made a truck that's all about going fast. Check out some of the ones from past years in my story at the National Post (Driving.ca).
Many people overbuy, and that costs money and fuel
The Genesis G90 is a worthy competitor to the big-name premium brands
In an odd bit of marketing management, Buick's new Encore GX isn't a trim level on its well-known Encore, but an entirely new model. It's handsome, roomy and comfortable, but there are a few items that could use some tweaks ... find out in my review at AutoTRADER.ca.
If you're into three-row sport-utes, give this one a test-drive. It's a great driver and has a lot of features, but be sure to check seat comfort when you do. Find out why in my review over at AutoTRADER.ca.