The Weekly Driver Podcast reports on on-demand insurance and best end-of-the-year new car deals.

#66, On demand insurance, year-end car deals

Welcome to another episode of The Weekly Driver Podcast, our last broadcast in 2018 and our 66th episode. Co-hosts Bruce Aldrich and James Raia interview...
Winter weather increases potential driving hazards.

#65, GOFAR driving data, holiday driving hazards

Welcome to the latest episode of The Weekly Driver Podcast. We have a two-part broadcast with an entrepreneur from Australia and a discussion with...
The Byton is expected to debut in China in late 2019 as a challenger to Tesla.

#64, LA Auto Show, holiday driving habits

Welcome to another episode of The Weekly Driver Podcast. In this week's two-part presentation, we recap the recently concluded LA Auto Show and we...
The Rivian Concept pick-up truck and SUV are potential competitors for Tesla and were featured at the LA Auto Show.

Episode 63, LA Auto Show, Day 3: Genesis, Rivian

Day 3 of the LA Auto Show was the last of the Media Days. The public show opened its 10-day run today (Nov. 30)...
Cadillac showcased its new SUV, the XT4 at LA Auto Show

#62, LA Auto Show, Day 2: Cadillac SUV, Baja 1000, Prestone

Welcome to Day 2 of The Weekly Driver Podcast's special coverage of AutoMobility LA and the LA Auto Show. Today (Nov. 28) was the opening...
The Byton has a 49-inch touchscreen interface.

#61, LA Auto Show, Day 1: Byton concept, new Airstream

Welcome to our special podcast episodes from AutoMobility LA and the Los Angeles Auto Show. For the past few years, AutoMobility LA has showcased the...
Ray Elliott, a veteran tow truck driver in the San Francisco Bay Area filming the accident in which he's about to be involved.

#60, Bay Area tow truck driver videos interstate idiots

Ray Elliott of Los Gatos, California has been a tow truck driver in the Silicon Valley for more 20 years. He witnesses stupidity on...
Manufacturer specialists, once know as Sirens are an enduring tradition of the LA Auto Show.

#59, Technology, Chinese influence on tap for LA Auto Show

The LA Auto Show began more 100 years ago and it's always changed with trends in the automotive industry — pick-up trucks to alternative...
Lexus took the top spot in the 2018 Consumer Reports' reliability survey.

#58 Consumer Reports’ expert discusses reliability survey

Mike Quincy is an expert among car experts. For nearly 20 years, he's purchased, driven and evaluated cars for Consumer Reports. The well-respected magazine and...
The Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Wrangler Liimited shared top honors on the recent iSeeCars.com as the vehicles with the least depreciation after five years of ownership.

#57, Jeep gets depreciation honors, Nissan Leaf falls

Depreciation isn't often the top priority for car buyers, but it's particularly important for consumers who keep their cars for many years. The online...

56, Distracted driving now includes ‘Netflixiing’

Laura Adams knows as much as about distracted driving as anyone. But her knowledge isn’t from experiences as a driver or passenger. She’s as...
New vehicles with manual transmissions are more difficult to purchase and are becoming more desirable in vintage and exotic cars.

55, Farewell manual transmissions except in collectibles

Chris Warren, sales manager for Premier Financial Services in Florida, knows the vintage car market well. He works for the prominent national company that...