There are a ton of phones out there. A lot of options. That's great, but it can also make for a tough decision. Which one is for you? We've got just the flowchart you need.
We've done new cars, we've done SUVs and crossovers, so now it's time for a flowchart of my favorite huge category of cars: Classics. In some ways this was the hardest one to make, because there are way more cars on here I give a brace of people scats about. You know how to use these by now — give it a try!
Some of you may remember the new car-buying flow chart I made a bit over a month ago. Between the comments suggesting I seek out my clergyperson, I noticed many of you wanted a similar chart to help you pick a new SUV. As always, I listened, and am here to help.
It's summer movie time, and that usually means we get to relax and watch the total destruction of everyone and everything. Because we're sick bastards. And while it's fun to watch cities get stomped by colossal lizards or overrun with zombies, it begs one important question: if that happened, what would you drive?
New cars are better than they've been in generations and many are being heavily discounted, which means it's a pretty great time to buy a new car. But which one? It's not an easy question, and, like all the hard questions in your life, Jalopnik's here to help with a giant chart that tells you exactly which car to buy.
Last week I showed you some sage driving advice, in simple graphical form. That's great if driving properly is your goal, but what about all those poor bastards who just want to make driving a bit worse? Who's going to help them?
Sometimes you just have to appreciate a nice, clear concept, delivered clearly. With clarity. This little flowchart of How To Drive Properly has been floating around on the Internet and Twitter for some time, but we thought it was worth making a nice clean version.
Welcome to a new feature where I ask our own Jason Torchinsky to answer random questions — from readers, people I meet on the streets, and imaginary folks he thinks he's talking to — in handy flowchart form. We call it "Flow on the Floor." Today he's answering: Should I flash my high-beams? — Ed.