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  • Movie Cars:  The Car in Christine

    Movie Cars: The Car in Christine

    The car in the movie Christine is a 1958 Plymouth Fury. John Carpenter employed twenty cars during the making of the movie, mainly because so many were crashed in order to ”kill” Christine’s victims. The […]

  • 4 Cars That Deserve a Resurrection

    4 Cars That Deserve a Resurrection

    While there are plenty of products, services, and other items that are deservedly shut down. After all, does the world really need New Coke, blacksmiths, and witch burnings? No, it doesn’t. However, at times some […]

  • Why Are So Many Electric Cars So Ugly?

    Why Are So Many Electric Cars So Ugly?

    Whether an electric car is ugly or not is a personal opinion, but it’s hard to argue the ugliness of the Nissan Leaf, Toyota Prius, BMW i3, Renault Twizy, Tata Pixel, or dozens others going […]

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    The World’s 5 Largest Car Markets

    The world, it is a-changing. No longer is the US the largest car market on the planet. It has been surpassed by the nation that many say will eventually become the Big Man on Campus […]

  • What is the Car in the Movie Ride Along?

    What is the Car in the Movie Ride Along?

    The movie Ride Along is a cop/buddy film that bounces between funny and contrived. The car driven the most often throughout the film is a Dodge Charger SRT-8. The first chase scene of the movie […]

  • Highway Cruisin’ – Speed vs Fuel Efficiency

    Highway Cruisin’ – Speed vs Fuel Efficiency

    What’s the most fuel-efficient speed to drive on the highway? And will driving more slowly really save you money? If so, how much? Yes, we all know that slow and steady driving saves fuel and […]

  • What is the Car in the Movie Bad Grandpa?

    What is the Car in the Movie Bad Grandpa?

    The car in Bad Grandpa is a 1981 Lincoln Town Car. Driving a Lincoln has been a status symbol since the company’s inception in 1917. Unfortunately, the brand has become associated with the elderly and […]

  • Airbags the “New Car Stereo?”

    Airbags the “New Car Stereo?”

    Airbag theft is on the rise, apparently so much so that law enforcement agencies are dubbing airbags the “new car stereo.” After all, it used to be that people broke into your car to steal […]