Jil McIntosh has been writing professionally about cars since the early 1980s. Other auto–related jobs in the past have included six years as a taxi driver, and working in the service department of vehicle dealerships. She is a member of the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) and is a judge for the association’s Canadian Car of the Year awards.
A freelancer, she regularly contributes car reviews and opinion pieces to the weekly Wheels section of the Toronto Star, Canada’s largest newspaper; the Canadian newspaper chain Metro, where she writes a weekly column on automotive technology; and Autos.ca, where she writes car reviews, compiles an annual Buyer’s Guide and assembles the daily news report.
Her other auto–themed outlets include the industry magazines Tire News and Collision Management, and antique auto newspaper Old Autos. She also writes on a variety of other subjects, including pen collecting, travel and cocktails for such publications as Pen World and Sharp For Men.
Her career as an auto writer began with stories about her old cars, and she currently owns a 1947 Cadillac and 1949 Studebaker pickup truck, as well as a 1950 International Farmall tractor. Her personal website is www.WomanOnWheels.ca.
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