A pop-up trunks shelf is handy for increasing your storage space and separating delicate items (like eggs or chips) from heavy ones that could damage them when shifting in the trunk, but not every car comes with a shelf. Here’s how you can make your own with just a few supplies and a little effort.
As drivers, we see a decent amount of screwups, mistakes and injustices being committed by our fellow motorists. Most of these people get away with it. Other times, things get more satisfying.
Makita’s XT218 hammer drill-driver/impact driver combo kit sells for $298 on its own, but today only, Amazon’s blowing it out for $220, plus a bonus drill bit set and bit holder, which would normally cost about $10 extra. Just remember that like all Gold Box deals, this price is only available today, or until sold out.
Good morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every weekday morning. Here are the important stories you need to know.
Sometime back in 1977, what is generally remembered to be a white Jeep Wagoneer was parked in a garage in Truro, MA, near the tip of Cape Cod. That Jeep and the garage it was in were filled and covered in sand from a shifting dune, and have remained entombed, like the great Pharaoh AMCenaten, for four decades. On…
If you were disappointed in the 2017 Detroit Auto Show, and its focus on the new Toyota Camry and promises that cars were really, really built in America, you weren’t alone. But this week is the 2017 Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto, Canada, and it may be the best place to find incredible new cars in one…
“Just drive on through the car wash,” he said. “It will be fine,” he said.
Your favorite charging cables now come in adorable (and untangle-able) 4" sizes, and you can save a few bucks on the 2-pack of your choice today. Just be sure to note the promo codes.
I am not above temptation. I too sometimes think of throwing it all away for Volkswagen Corrado ownership.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
When you really want to get out of town—and right now, who doesn’t—you could do far worse than to do so in today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe International C-120 camper. That is of course, if its price hits home.
The Ferrari LaFerrari is no doubt a stunning machine, but if you were worried it looked too, uh, traditional for whatever reason, it looks like Ferrari’s Special Projects division is cooking up something weird enough to suit your needs.
Every once in a while, you come across someone in the background who totally steals the show. Sometimes a photobomb is so good, it’s practically elevated to an art form, and one of the best examples I’ve ever seen wasn’t done with a person, but with a big flag and a car at this year’s 24 Hours of Daytona.
As someone who had never experienced the brilliance of the Mazda Miata, I asked readers last week what I should do with my gorgeous red press car, and the answers all said more or less the same thing: find great roads and drive until you drop.
The BMW 3 Series wagon is one of the best European cars you can buy for a somewhat reasonable MSRP. Now that last part is important, because I don’t know what this dealership was smoking when it decided to order this wagon and sell it for this price.
While David Tracy and I were driving up to a stunning secret car collection, I managed to take a curve sort of wide and run over some rumble strips. That got us thinking about rumble strips, which got me thinking about the various musical highway projects, where grooves in the road make music when driven over. And…