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Armoured Vehicles: Sometimes it Is Necessary

As a mere peasant, I have not been introduced to a world where an insanely expensive armoured vehicle is necessary. I am not very important (yet), and most people I know like me. The ones that do not are definitely not going to kill me over it. But, there has been a market for it for 100s of years now. Leonardo da Vinci designed an armoured vehicle in the 15th Century, but it was a failure. The w

Chevrolet Bolt: Gunning for Tesla

The Chevrolet Bolt is easy to confuse with the Volt. Both are made by the same company and  both are small electric cars are eligible for the $7500 tax credit. However, the Volt is a plug in hybrid, that claims to be a full electric with a battery extender (an internal combustion (IC) engine). The other is a true full electric. As such, the Bolt is wasting no time before gunning for the Tesla Mode

Remember the Name: Ferrari Dino

If asked what I think is the greatest automaker of all time, the answer is simple, Ferrari. Sadly though, I have not been as keen on them as of late. If asked simply, who makes the best car currently, I would need a qualifier, otherwise my answer would vary between a few options. I am more likely to been seen in my car than to be racing it. Because of that, I do not think the Italian stallion mak

Consumer Reports Names Gas Guzzling Vehicles

Audi, BMW and Subaru top Consumer Reports' list of automakers whose vehicle engines often require excessive amounts of oil. On average, gas-guzzling vehicles from these three automakers consume an extra quart of oil per month as compared to other vehicles. The Consumer Reports study focused on nearly 500,000 new vehicles from model years 2010 to 2014. The grand majority of these vehicles-98% perc