It’s new podcast day at BestRide! This week, editor Craig Fitzgerald is joined by Brian Lohnes, host of Motor Trend On Demand’s new series Put Up or Shut Up, a show that may just fix everything wrong with automotive reality TV.
This doesn’t seem like it should be a real product, but it’s not an April Fool’s Day joke. You can now buy bottles of gin with vintage Harley-Davidson parts floating inside the bottles.
My friend Sajeev Mehta writes for The Truth About Cars. One of his readers has a problem with his usage of “engine” vs. “motor” in his writing. Is he correct?
You’re cruising along with the radio on, not a car in the world on a bright sunny day then — BAM — blue lights in the rear view mirror. Your day is officially ruined. It’s bad just about anywhere, but in these states, a speeding ticket hurts like no other.
They say you can make a smoker out of just about anything. TV food guy Alton Brown has turned clay pots and file cabinets into serviceable smoking devices. The owner of this 1988 Cadillac DeVille took that idea to its logical conclusion.
If you’re anywhere near Newton or Brookline July 7, 8, or 9, chances are pretty good you’ll see a bevy of tiny cars buzzing the area.
Summer is vacation time, and in America, that means driving by car. You can pinpoint almost the exact date when Americans started to take to the highway on vacation.
Every single evening this week, just as we’re settling into our evening routine, the calm is shattered when the music comes up the street. Both kids lose their minds, and run for the curb with a few grubby bucks stashed in their hands, ready to exchange them for a frozen confection.
We’re parents of younger kids here at BestRide. For the last 13 years, we’ve strapped kids into seats that offered way more bolstering and constriction than the one Neil Armstrong sat in, perched atop an Atlas rocket. They’re riding in cars that can sense whether belts are buckled, how fast the airbag should deploy and […]