Despite being three years old, GTA Online is updated with new cars and weapons every month. Maybe you want to jump in for the first time, or are coming back from a break. Whatever the reason, here are some pointers for getting up and running in GTA Online.
You don’t need a comprehensive understanding of how a car works to enjoy one. (Though I think it does help.) Anybody can make their car a lot safer and likely longer-lasting by paying attention to just a few key things, as this video runs through.
It’s winter. If you drive a car that’s parked outside, you know what that means. It’s frigid as hell inside your car and the windshield is totally opaque from all the foggy ass frost. Not cool. How do you get rid of it? Hit the defrost button right? That’s not all. The always inquisitive Mark Rober tested out every…
Merry Thanksgiving and a happy Cyber Monday to all. It’s that time of the year again, time to give thanks and get some sweet deals. Not to be left out, there are some savings to be had on wares from Oppo’s own.
Ever dreamed of having all the freedom of a Ford Focus, while enjoying the sweet system from a Honda Goldwing? I know, the number of times it’s kept me up at night is too many to count too. Well, now you have your chance...if you can outbid me.
The tiny Caribbean island of St. Barts welcomed a slew of vintage warbirds to the Bucket Regatta. The private collection of bombers and fighters from WWII simulated a low level strafing run and the results were quite impressive. I’ll let the video speak for itself.
Christian von Koenigsegg is a practical man. A practical man who likes to build supercars.
Your new (or newish!) car might have come equipped with a Sirius XM radio, but if you’re like me you weren’t about to cough up ten bucks a month to keep it running... so that button’s just been dead, taunting you. Well it works again, for free, ‘til June 2015!
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In eight years as a truck driver, Alan Wrobel has driven 810,000 miles (accident-free) in 45 states and Ontario. He now covers Ohio, Michigan, Ontario, and Wisconsin for a beverage distributor. Here's his advice on how to handle yourself when the snow starts falling:
Chief mechanic for the Precious Metal air race team, Brenden Burns doing a high power night ground run with boost to 40 inches of Mercury in preparation for the 2014 Reno Air Race eventually placing 3rd in class only to be disqualified in a controversial decision.
Royal Canadian Air Force pilots, flying CF-188 Hornets, conduct Baltic Air Space familiarization flights alongside pilots from the Polish Air Force, flying MiG-29 Fulcrums, in Šiauliai, Lithuania in support of NATO Baltic Air Policing Block 36 during operation REASSURANCE.
This motorcycle race held in Valle del Cauca, Colombia represents all things crazy about grassroots motorsports. At least when it comes to safety they spared no expense by wrapping utility poles in old mattresses and constructing hay bales out of humans.
This assembly of amazing flying experiences over the past two years in Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, and Montana is sure to inspire every viewer to soar like an eagle. Shot exclusively with a Drift action camera and paired with a magical soundtrack, this production will take you to a new world thats right in your back yard.
When I was fifteen, I began restoring my 1966 Ford Mustang which I drove daily from age sixteen to seventeen - in all of its dual exhaust, low-geared, four barrel carburetor, nine mile per gallon glory (I still have that car). At age twenty-two, I bought a 1979 MGB which was the most moody little thing I have ever…
The owner of this 70's Piper Cherokee is an out of work airline pilot who's abandoning aviation to follow in his stepson's footstep by smoking pot and watering flowers at Home Depot.
#65: "The name on your helmet represents who you work for. The name on your coat represents who raised you. Do them both justice."
What could possibly be more American than watching big rumbling V8's turn left for hours on end? Watching those big V8 stock cars turn left in the wet stuff. Last weekend, in France (Seriously?) the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series showed us yanks that even they can do our motor racing better than us.
It's no big secret that in Mario Kart, you can start each race with a turbo boost by punching the accelerator at the perfect moment before the race begins. The question is: How do you get the timing right?
This documentary retraces the history of one of France's most iconic cars. All in French, no subtitles, but if you love French cars vous aussi, pouvez probablement connaître le français