Eastern Europe Has Some Of The World's Best Car Enthusiasts

When I was told that our friend Nino Karotta was organizing a meetup for readers of his site Totalcar and Jalopnik in Budapest's "Heroes Square" to show us American auto journos cars we'd never seen before I expected a small group of people to show up. Instead more than two dozen cars and about 50 true heroes educated… » 8/14/14 2:10pm 8/14/14 2:10pm

Have We Really Made Room for Women in Car Culture?

Perhaps we've come a long way since the days of, "women are inherently bad drivers," and perhaps we've even begun to recognise that women are, indeed, quite capable of being motorheads. Yet, it seems that even in what appears to be the most accepting of spaces, there are still few women to be found. Why? » 7/16/14 9:23am 7/16/14 9:23am

The Hermit Kingdom: An Inside View Of North Korea's Hidden Car Culture

When I found myself in one of the most isolated and mysterious countries on the planet naturally the first thing I noticed was the profound assortment of vehicles in the airport parking lot. Behind the wall of mines and propaganda in North Korea are still people, and many people still like cars. » 7/09/14 12:00pm 7/09/14 12:00pm

Here Are The Worst (And Best) States In America To Be A Driver

When we think of good places for people who enjoy driving, we often think of endless back roads with minimal traffic and high speed limits. But there's more to it than that, like legal protections for motorists, state-imposed costs and financial responsibility requirements. Not all places in America are created equal… » 5/20/14 9:33am 5/20/14 9:33am