#254, Wife, husband share RV travels in new book

Bonnie and Grant Sinclair are high school teachers in Georgia who also enjoy the outdoors as part-time RV enthusiasts. As wife ...

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2023 BMW M8 Competition: Color Me Green Like Money

Nearly 80 percent of all vehicles on American roads have white, black, gray or silver exterior pain. White cars lead the ...

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John Berg's 1996 C3 Corvette, the last year of third generation. All images courtesy of John Berg

#253, Journalist John Berg’s passion for Corvettes

John Berg is passionate about cars and trucks, notably vintage vehicles with an emphasis on Corvettes. The automotive columnist for the ...

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#252, iSeeCars.com analyst Karl Bauer talks used cars

Karl Brauer is an automotive analytics wonk. It’s a compliment to the work and enthusiasm the lead analyst for iSeeCars.com has ...

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#251, LAND Energy debuts versatile electric light vehicles

Scott Colosimo is the founder and CEO of LAND Energy, a Cleveland tech company that will debut its light electric vehicles ...

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2022 Mercedes-Maybach is a value-priced, ultra-luxury sedan.

#250, The Weekly Driver’s 2022 Cars of the Year

Selecting the cars of the year helps celebrate another year reviewing new cars and trucks, visiting auto shows and talking with ...

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#249, Formula 1 US nirvana, muscle cars, surveys

With the recent announcement of the 2023 Formula 1 schedule, automobile racing’s most lucrative series will have three events in the ...

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Different kinds of headlights are best for different types of cars.

#248, Auto journalist John Berg talks LA Auto Show

John Berg has spent decades in the automotive industry including as a reporter and photographer. John and I met recently at ...

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#247, 2022 LA Auto Show: Vintage Ferrari, Bespoke ’67, Solo

Charge Cars was founded in 2016 and its first project is now available. Without the manufacturer mentioned, the London-based company has ...

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VinVast, the first Vietnamese carmaker set to distribute vehicles in the United States, showcased it pending offering at the LA Auto Show.

#246, New Ferrari, LA Auto Show, Dumb Car Names

As we do periodically throughout the year, on this week’s episode of The Weekly Driver Podcast co-host Bruce Aldrich and I ...

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#245, Young reporter Mason Bloom joins TheWeeklyDriver.com

Mason Bloom has experienced a lot as a young automotive enthusiast. His father owns a Porsche 911 and his father’s friend ...

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#244, Insurance expert talks all things winter driving

It’s a family affair. Several relatives have been or are in the field and now for nearly a decade, Melanie Musson ...

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#243, RVs, car-sharing, Rivian, expensive cars

Co-host Bruce Aldrich and I get caught up on the automotive industry on this week’s episode of The Weekly Driver Podcast. ...

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California Automobile Museum

#242, Sacramento collector talks California Automobile Museum

David Felderstein is a passionate collector of vintage automobiles and he shares his interests with friends and neighbors in East Sacramento ...

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#241, Subaru, Maserati, cheapest, priciest insurance rates

Buying car insurance may be the least enjoyable component of automobile ownership. It’s a huge industry ripe with misinformation, high-profit margins ...

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Nathanael Greene bought his 1925 Bugatti Type 35 in parts for $150,000. It's now worth more than $1 million.

#240, Vintage driver, vintage Bugatti

Visiting a grandparent as a youngster often includes affection, treats and wisdom, all offered for free. It leads to buying a ...

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