Learning to drive is a teenager’s ticket to freedom, and for many teens their first car will bring them memories that they’ll cherish for the rest of their lives…even if their first car is a ratty old Dodge Omni. Cars are an expensive responsibility, however, so if you’re in a position to buy one for your child, it’s a good idea to consider the following issues.
The Shelby GT500 SC 1000 is a stunning work of muscle car art.
Not to be outdone by Chevy’s announced production of 69 COPO Camaros for 2013, Ford has decreed there will be 100 copies of the Shelby SC 1000 created.
Make no mistake; this is all-out war. Read more
Let’s say that a used car at your local dealership caught your eye as you were driving by…and let’s say that the deal on this car is just too good to pass up. The price, the features, the color, etc. is exactly what you’ve always wanted. The car seems perfect.
Or is it? Here’s a step-by-step guide that will explain how to research any used car you find using your web-enabled smartphone. Read more
Post by Guest Author B. Jerew
I’m not what you would call a ”motorhead” or “tuner,” but I do like to see a well-built machine. The auto shows are where you want to be if you are an enthusiast of any kind. Sure, there are the latest off-road vehicles, like the Jeep Wrangler, that’s just as comfortable on the highway as it is on the rocky trails of Moab. Then there are performance cars, like the 50th Anniversary 5.0 Ford Mustang, a great blend of new technology and timeless style, not to mention power.
Kind of like a kid in a candy store, at first the selections are overwhelming, but I know what kind of candy I like: Green Candy.
I went into the 2013 New York International Auto Show [NYIAS] with one thought on my mind, “If 30 [mpg] used to be the new 20, then maybe 40 is the new 30?” Given the increasing price of fuel and increasingly strict emissions regulations, automakers are developing the next generation of automobiles that are more fuel-efficient or even eliminate fuel altogether. Green cars are future of transportation, and you can expect your future vehicle might never visit a gas station like those old clunkers from 2012. Read more
People are always looking to get the most out of their cars. A great way to maximize your vehicle’s potential is to add performance accessories.
However, accessories are expensive and there are so many to choose from that it can be hard to determine which ones are right for you. Here are five basic accessories that will give you the most bang for your buck and increase your car’s performance. Read more