We’ve seen several ways so far of resurrecting a dormant car brand. There’s been the continuation build, like at Alvis, with period vehicles created from new-old-stock or parts created from original blueprints. We’ve seen brands wrap modern technology in historically-themed bodywork, as with the new Hispano-Suiza, or put that technology […]

CLOSE Historically, many American police departments used batons, sometimes called ‘billy clubs,’ as part of standard equipment issued to officers. While many departments still issues expandable batons, old-fashioned ‘bill clubs’ have largely disappeared from police forces. (Photo: Dan Powers/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin) Today’s batch of burning questions, my smart-aleck answers and the […]

TreeHugger Sami lives in Durham, North Carolina where they make the ELF, a solar and pedal powered hybrid vehicle that is “specifically designed to get the cycle-challenged out of their cars.” I recently was in Durham and visited Organic Transit with Sami, and got to try out the ELF for […]

Owning and driving a classic car can be rewarding, but it helps to know a few tricks. Kyle Hyatt/Roadshow Owning and driving a classic car is easier now than it ever has been. You can find parts for all but the most esoteric models, thanks to the internet. And it’s […]

Is your second-hand vehicle already registered in your name? If not, you have to transfer car ownership immediately. Updating your vehicle’s ownership records with the Land Transportation Office (LTO) is among the first things to accomplish after purchasing a used unit. Generally, you can’t drive a car or motorcycle in […]

Some cars just make ‘ya feel like a kid again, and for countless enthusiasts, that special vehicle is the Chevy Corvette. From toys, to posters, to apparel, to models, the average Vette-o-phile probably has a vast collection of bits and bobs dedicated to their favorite sports car, but odds are […]

Date: 14 August 2020   |   Author: Simon Harris It might not have been the first of the new breed of SUVs in the 1990s, but it was no less influential. Standard equipment: Alarm, driver and passenger airbag, heated electric mirrors, folding rear seats, front electric windows, lumbar support, power steering, […]

© Provided by Hagerty Nathan Petroelje The 2003 Hyundai Elantra GLS pictured here cost me $1200. That was about $400 too much, but that reality wouldn’t become apparent until a couple months into ownership. The Hyundai is now sitting in a junkyard, ready to offer its parts to fellow clunkers […]