Julian is in the market for his first car and unlike the rest us nutjobs he doesn’t want to buy a $700 Jeep that is two decades old. His goal is to get the newest and safest ride that has some all-weather capability for less than $10,000. What car should he buy?
The easiest car in the world to start is a Tesla. Hop in with the key in your pocket, push the brake pedal, and away you go. But this is about the opposite of that. This is about the first car ever made, the 1886 Benz Patent Motorwagen, and just getting it going would make me claw my own eyeballs out.
Who says the teens aren’t into cars? Joey is turning 16 soon and can’t wait to get his first set of wheels. He’s got a decent budget of up to ten grand and wants something fun, but it also needs to be safe. What car should he buy?
Many parents are often torn between giving their children more than they themselves had, but also not raising them to be spoiled and expects things. This dilemma can get especially difficult when it comes to helping your kid get their first car.
Writing for Farago's The Truth About Cars, Lesley Wimbush offers up a love letter to the car most likely parked outside our place of residence (or was, once upon a time): the Beater. We recall our old Ford Festivas, Honda CRXs, Oldsmobile Firenzas or Buick Centurys in in the same way remembering the girl who kissed us…