Tuesday, February 21, 2017
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The Electric Greaseman

If you lived in the DC area during the '80s, you will remember the Fall of the Greaseman. Now living in obscurity - and, apparently, poverty - in a tiny West Virginia...

GM’s New Rent-a-Car Business Model

Renting is a much better deal than buying . . . for the landlord. You - the renter - never own anything. But you pay for everything. Forever. This appears to be GM's...

2017 Mini

The latest Mini is bigger  - and slightly smaller engined. Usually, that's a recipe for slower - and drinks more gas. Would you believe (best Maxwell Smart voice) this one also  goes faster...

Gas Doesn’t Cost More . . . Our Dollars Are Worth Less

Did you know that gas is cheaper now than it was 50 years ago? It may not feel it . . . but: Find an inflation calculator; for example the federal government’s Bureau of...

How Uncle Killed Volvo

Volvo - the famously Swedish car company now owned by the Chinese - was famous once upon a time for the crashworthiness of its vehicles. You may recall. They were built heavy...

A Tire That’s Too Good to be True . . . ?

You can’t inflate it - and you can’t puncture it. It always runs flat. Potholes don’t faze it - and there’s no possibility of bending the wheel because there isn’t one to...

America’s Exotic Car

The Corvette used to be America’s sports car. It will soon be America’s exotic car. Something gained - maybe something lost. The next one - on deck for 2019 - will apparently be...

The Relief Valve

Strong passions can erupt in unpredictable ways. The government understands this - and desires that strong passions be diverted in a harmless - to the government - way. Enter the cultivated, culturally and socially enforced obsession with...

2017 Ford Escape

Did you know that after the F-150 pick-up, Ford's best-selling model is . . . the Escape? This is quite something given that unlike the F-truck, which only has to compete against...

Cash For Not Clunkers

You’ve heard the saying that history repeats . . . as farce? Well, here we are. Not quite ten years after the government paid people to throw away perfectly good used...
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