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Buying a New or Used Vehicle: Which is Right for You?
The internet is a great tool for quickly finding subjective information that then gets passed along or presented as fact. I am well aware of
Like a Good Hot Dog, Ford has Something for Everyone
Growing up in a family that made a sizable chunk of it’s income in the hot dog business, makes you a bit humble and allows you to appreciate
Is a 15-Year Old Ford Focus Worthy of Love? Yes. Yes, It is.
I am one of those people who washes their car before trading it in. Although I know full well that your VIN is much more important to a deal
Can The Hypercar Add Legitimacy to Hybrid Technology?
; For years, I refused to buy into the concept of hybrid vehicle technology. To be frank, I always thought the whole hybrid technology was i
Behind the Wheel in a Nissan Versa: Proof That Crap Comes in Many Colors
I like to believe that every dog has its day. As an automobile enthusiast, I sincerely want to believe that no vehicle- regardless of design
An Open Letter to The Person Who "Squeezed" Into a Parking Spot... and H...
To Whom It May Concern, First off, let me start off by introducing myself as the gentleman whose new Volkswagen you (repeatedly) scratched w
Blogapalooz-Hour XIII: Why I Miss Spontaneous Test Drives of Well Worn V...
As most people who read my blog already know, I love the automobile. From the smell of a new interior to the feel of a vintage, wooden steer
Driving a Diesel in Denmark- Is This What Makes The Danes So Happy? (Pt.1)
“You know, they say that the Danes are considered the happiest people in the world.” This statement was presented to me by my friend Flemmin
The Daily Grind- Sunroofs: Let in the Light and Potentially Cause Severa...
From a weather standpoint, today is a beautiful day. Gazing down at the thermometer on my vehicle’s information display, I noticed that it w
The Daily Grind- Quick Quips from My Mind Throughout the Week for Your E...
Some people say that inspiration strikes like lightning. For me, in clearly came in the form of a pothole that ruptured the sidewall of my t
Top 5 Lessons Learned from the NAIAS and Chicago Auto Show In 2014
As we climb out of the Polar Vortex that had a firm and frigid grasp on the Great Lakes region, we also tipped our hats to two of the most i
Thanksgiving is here and I am thankful for Alfa Romeo. No, that isn't a ...
For years, the Italians have built vehicles that have captured the eyes of children, the hearts of drivers and the sanity of many mechanics-
Don't Judge Me Because I Drove a Hummer... I Actually Helped People!
Alright people- It’s story time. Back before a SMART Brabus graced my driveway and a Volkswagen Jetta Turbo captured my heart, I drove a Hum
Navigating New York in a 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer: A Real World Road Test ...
I guess growing up in one of the “Top 3″ cities skewed my perceptions a bit. For years, I have heard that New York was a big, hard city, fil
Speed Cameras Coming to Chicago and Why It May Not Be So Bad
It is probably no surprise to anyone who reads my blog that I love to drive. As much as I respect those who chose to leave the smallest carb
Wreck it Wednesday: A Salute to Saab and Swedish Safety
It amazes me just how many people purchase a new car, without knowing just how well it can withstand a collision. Fear not loyal readers, as