Happy Fourth of July from Truck Yeah! You're liable to see all kinds of cool old iron roaming around today and this weekend, so grab some pictures and share 'em with us here!
Today is the 4th of July - the U.S. Independence Day- and two hallmarks of the greatness we celebrate on this day are Chevy Corvettes and can-do attitudes. For today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe we’re waving the Stars and Stripes for both with a project ‘Vette that’ll let you get your build on. Of course that’s only…
The story of how newborn America won its independence from England, the greatest superpower of the era, is wonderful. It's got a great underdog to root for, noble and lofty ideals, and a trio of corners for every hat. But for a tale about war, it could use a little something else.
Even the Germans got into the act when celebrating the American Bicentennial, with this Spirit Of '76 dash-plaque-equipped 1976 Beetle convertible. Bonus points if you can name three more Bicentennial Edition cars!
Taking a more literal interpretation of the slogan "these colors don't run," the 1974 Spirit of America Chevrolet Vega made up in patriotism what it lacked in build quality.
If you were curious exactly how much fireworks fun you're legally allowed to have tomorrow—or how far you'll have to travel to buy the good stuff—look no further than this handy map of state-by-state fireworks legality. UPDATED:
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness." (Photo Credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
A three-day weekend for most of us means one thing: 24 additional hours to spend in the car. Here are five great 4th of July road trips, for all parts of the country, from the Jalopnik staff.
You could be forgiven for thinking New Year's Eve is the most dangerous driving holiday, but you're wrong. Based on NHTSA data, New Year's Eve is actually the fifth most dangerous holiday for driving. The deadliest? Thanksgiving Day. The reason?