A lot of us are vintage car people here at BestRide, content to tooling around in old Blazers, Celebrity wagons and Roadmaster Estates instead of owning the most recent technologically advanced sedan. But there’s one area in which we envy new car owners: car audio. You ride around with your podcasts and your Pandora playing […]
With every passing year, automotive features that were once ubiquitous are relegated to the scrapheap.
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?
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.
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 […]
It’s ironic that June 18 is both the anniversary of the premiere of the 1975 classic film Jaws and National Go Fishing Day.
Depending on your criteria, it could be anything from the dawn of automotive production to today.
Last week, at a sustainability conference held in Vatican City, Opel CEO Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann presented His Holiness, Pope Francis with an Opel Ampera-e, as part of a mission to make Vatican City the first CO2-free country on the planet.