I needed some R&R last weekend, so I changed my oil (yes, I know I’m odd!) I went ahead and recorded a video to teach you how to change your oil yourself. It's easier than you'd think, and you'll learn a lot about your car in the process! Feel free to post questions or ideas... Continue Reading →
Whether choosing a vehicle to shuttle toddlers around town or buying your teenage driver a first car, there are times in life when safety trumps all else. So, what vehicle will provide the greatest safety for those you love? Let’s start with the three immutable truths of automotive safety.
I couldn't have asked for a sweeter gift than this homemade sign from the wife and kids! My garage is going to be looking even better now.
Spoiler alert: I like this car... but I don't love it. "Love" is a word I reserve for cars that stir my soul, like the track-prepped early 80’s 911 Targa I drove on a country road one perfect spring day. That moved me in a way this clinical roadster probably never will. But I do genuinely... Continue Reading →
Jackie walked four miles to work, rain or shine, freezing or sweltering. After rent, food, utilities, and childcare for her daughter, there simply wasn’t money left for a car payment...
What would Judas Iscariot, the disciple who betrayed Jesus for thirty pieces of silver, put in his garage? Easy. The Dodge Demon. 0-60 in 2.3 seconds, and then straight to hell. The guy was literally possessed by the prince of all demons (Luke 22:3). There's no other option. Then again, maybe a Demon is too good for... Continue Reading →
I may actually be one of the few people on earth qualified to answer this absolutely pointless question. Time to put my Automotive Engineering undergrad and Masters of Theology to work! Assuming the Son of God walked the earth today, and decided he didn’t feel like walking anymore, what vehicle would he buy based on... Continue Reading →
Nearly fifty million Americans suffered panic attacks, phobias, or other anxiety disorders in the past year. Sixteen million suffered major depression, which is now the leading cause of disability worldwide. Most concerning, suicide rates in the U.S. continue to rise, especially among working-age men, increasing 43% from 1997 to 2014 and showing no sign of... Continue Reading →