Almost every car on the road nowadays has some form of alphabet soup glued to its trunk or rear bumper. Most of the time, a car will have the brand’s logo, the model name, and then a badge that denotes trim level or engine size, and sometimes a combination of both. The brand logos and... Continue Reading →
You may have seen headlines about “Ghosn” and “Nissan” in the past few months. But if you’re like most of us, you were busy with the holidays and couldn’t be bothered to read all the articles. Which is understandable, because it’s a lot to keep up with. In fact, it’s a pretty crazy story, so... Continue Reading →
2019 proved to be an exciting year for car enthusiasts: we saw a revival of the iconic Toyota Supra, a redesigned Porsche 911 and BMW 3 Series, and a brand new McLaren hypercar in the Senna. Those were all properly exciting, but with the new year well underway, I think it’s only appropriate to start... Continue Reading →
image credit: psmdynamic.com In the world of car ownership, there are generally two schools of thought: there are those who think of their cars no more fondly than they do their toaster ovens—they consider their car an appliance, and have no intent to modify or upgrade it, just as you and I would never consider... Continue Reading →
Buying or selling a car is a big transaction—so scammers and thieves have come up with elaborate ways to exploit the process. Here are some of the most common schemes and techniques to watch out for, and the best ways to protect yourself. Title washing You may have heard the phrase “clean title” when referring... Continue Reading →
There are so many alternatives to car ownership—do you really need one? Here are some things to consider.
Car technology is changing faster than ever before. What will our cars look like 30 years in the future?
Before Facebook, it was an email chain forwarded by your mom. ("I don’t know if this is true, but just in case… be careful!”) And before that, a campfire story that made you lie awake in your tent. These are ghost stories, myths, and sometimes just cautionary tales wrapped in a story. The person it... Continue Reading →