This week’s news and reviews…
Mark goes into detail on his week driving the Chevy Bolt EV
Android Auto whips ass on Apple Car Play
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This week’s news and links…
NAIAS wrap up and slideshow (You can watch or listen to the entire 2017 Detroit Auto Show review here)
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– Tony Schaefer
At its core, driving a car is ridiculously simple: two pedals and a steering wheel. However, like many things, it’s how you minutely manipulate those three items that differentiate the bad from the average and the average from the good. In this article, I want to address how you manipulate the accelerator pedal.
This week we speculate how the Nevada legislature can so stupid, visit the Chicago Auto Show *and* the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto and much more. Patrick Connor, Mark Coughlan, Paul Guzyk, Tony Schaefer and Russell Frost dive deep into world of crazy lawmakers and cars.
And funny enough, as I was posting this show this morning, this tweet from actor, Mark Ruffalo showed up…
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