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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Has it been an exciting year for autos and their enthusiasts, or what? We got the Model 3, we learned of plans for loads of SUVs (Bronco!), the 2-door sedan all but died, and then we learned about an all-electric vehicle that is well cheaper than any new car for sale in the US. It’s […]

In many ways, America is still the wild west in terms of the way we drive. We’re just not as structured as other places. For example, Germans do not use the left lane of the highway unless they’re passing a vehicle. Don’t get caught holding up tracking in the left lane on German highways. It’s […]

Something big is about to happen to the auto industry. According to¬†Continental Corporation, a new technology will reduce EV charging times by 90% or more. That could bring it down to just a few minutes, about the same time it takes to fuel a car with gasoline! It’s a complicated piece of technology for just […]

Oh….my goodness, guys. Are used Tacomas overpriced or what? This must be why everyone’s just buying new ones these days. They’re only a couple thousand dollars more expensive than those with 40,000 miles on them, according to¬†TruckYeah! Yes, they’re legendarily trustworthy but at a certain point they’re just too expensive. Many of you pickup shoppers […]

Saving money is like staying healthy or finding a girlfriend/boyfriend. Everybody wants to do it but we don’t always know the best way to do it. When it comes to car shopping, we’ve advocated one technique for some time. Start a bidding war! Recently, Bankrate agreed with us, although they didn’t recommend the same process […]

According to Automotive News, the prevalence of long-term loans (between 73 and 84 months) has risen from 11.7% to 33.8% since 2009. The reason is that drivers can’t make the larger payments required for shorter-term loans. The cost of the vehicle the average person can afford has decreased. In Washington DC, where drivers can afford […]