A post for AutoBuying101.com in which I rant about slavering to men in the automotive world.
While electrics and hybrids hog the limelight, gasoline engines are improving in efficiency, too. Read about the 10 best on AutoBuying101.com.
I’m contributing weekly (for now) posts on new and used car buying for Autobuying101.com. Here’s my first, on VW’s new pre-ordering system.
I spent five hours hanging out, drinking beer, eating pizza, and taking pictures at Arcimoto HQ in Eugene, Oregon, to get this story for the New York Times’ Wheels blog. Also, I did not once call Nathan Fillion “Captain Tight-Pants” or describe anything as being “double rainbows all the way” or even “shiny.”
This list will expand as time goes on, but this particular About.com page gives readers an opportunity to make their own suggestions for used exotics.
According to my HowStuffWorks.com article, they are small, with low rolling resistance. What’s that? Read the article to find out.
If you’re a Subaru driver like me — or you have any kind of all-wheel-drive vehicle, from a Jeep to a Lamborghini — the answer, I’m afraid, is yes. You do have to replace all four tires at one time, according to this article I wrote for HowStuffWorks.com.
Every summer, the Northwest Automotive Press Association puts on a journalists-only rally in Oregon or Washington. This year, Run to the Sun was held in the Seattle area. There were 23 cars to drive — including the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, and we were staged at the surprisingly nice Tulalip Resort and Casino.