The automobile has permeated every aspect of our lives. Need proof? Check these out.
Car Tag Manifesto
Something I wrote about a year ago--if you don't know what car tag is, take a couple of moments and read this.
Ever seen a lowered, tinted-glassed, big-exhausted econobox and wondered what was going on in its owner's head? Me too--check out my article.
Memories of China
Take 3 parts smog and add 1 part of automotive wackiness; what you have left is China's burgeoning and crazy automotive market.
Canadian Auction Group
Moving almost two billion dollars worth of cars a year all comes down to psychology.
What better way to pay for my book-ingestion habit than to write reviews of books about cars? Here are some recent ones:
How to build a car
Four books show you how not to do it. They make great gifts, if you can find them.
Road trip USA
By interstate or back road, there's a book to help you out&emdash;or scare you If you're into travelling, a couple of books that I recently read and reviewed may be just up their alley.
Better than a showroom
Lehbrink and Schlegelmilch take you on a guided tour of Ferrari history.
The Essential Guide to Buying and Selling a Car in Canada
Pape and Wise know a lot about how to wheel and deal, being former car salesmen, but it's clear that they neither love nor know a lot about the vehicles themselves.
Since I'm a student, I still have to write the occasional dry academic paper. But I try to inject some humor--and cars--into them as often as I can. You'll need an Adobe Acrobat reader to open these files. A fast Internet connection wouldn't hurt, either.
Thunder Road: Rock & Roll, Suburbia and the Automobile
Tracks the sometimes-convergent courses of popular music, suburban youth, and car culture from the fifties to the seventies.
Painful symbiosis: the auto industry's complex reciprocal relationship with the mass media
How impartial is the automotive media? How can I be impartial if I get free trips and free cars? Find out in this essay.
Various and sundry
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