Tenneco’s Monroe Ride & Drive events roll through Ontario over the next few days. The events feature a combination of technical training and hands on driving, allowing participants to compare three pairs of like vehicles with new and worn shocks and struts. Events run from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Then at 7 p.m. training takes place with Tenneco trainer Sidney Gay and the Ride & Drive Experience with two SUVs, two minivans, and two passenger cars. Customers get to drive and be a passenger in all six vehicles, experiencing the difference between new Monroe and worn OE shocks at 80,000kms. The Monroe Ride & Drive hits Barrie, Ont., Tuesday, May 30 at the Barrie Events Centre, Kitchener, Ont., Wednesday, May 31, at the Kitchener Auditorium, Eastern Toronto at Thursday, June 1, at Cenntennial College (Ashtonbee Campus), and Western Toronto Monday, June 5 at Downsview Park.