For those of you who have been watching Making a Murderer and who have a CarFax (or similar) account, would you be willing to run the VIN for the RAV-4?It’s: JT3HP10V5X7113044.
My younger brother is about to start a class where he’ll he working in AutoCAD. I’ve been tasked with helping pick out a computer, but I need help. I haven’t bought a computer with Windows for awhile; my usual suggestion is whichever Apple laptop fits the budget.
Ferrari is the most iconic manufacturer of sports cars. Their bright red thoroughbreds are recognizable by nearly everyone, including those who are unable to distinguish between an M5 and a 320i. Nearly every Ferrari produced has attained high status as a luxury item as well as a properly respectable bit of…
Anyone have a spare CarFax (or similar)? I found the VIN for my old Accord and want to check up on here.
I’ll be going to “Miata Day” at the Larz Anderson Museum this weekend. If there are any NA Miatas for a reasonable price, I may not be able to resist the urge.
I drove to the nearest Nissan dealership to look at the latest Maxima. I sat in a white SL and it was very nice inside. Surprisingly tempting, considering my parents’ experience with their Murano’s CVT.
It’s hot out there; but an appropriate temperature for the car. I also noticed that the coolant temperature started a bit off the line, too.
I think you guys will appreciate one of my favorite birthday gifts (which was in May; this was sitting in drafts for awhile...)
I was checking the car fluid on my girlfriend's RAV4. The hood was so heavy I thought it was still latched. Why is it so heavy? Sound proofing? Pedestrian protection?
Recently there have been a few posts about the worst mechanics. Let’s turn things around and share our positive experiences.
According to our calendars, Spring is here — despite it being 35 degrees this morning in Boston. Cars & Coffee events are starting up again.
We may not have Peugeot in the United States, but we have people who drive like Peugeot drivers in the United Kingdom. If you haven't seen the episode they're inattentive, lack an understanding of simple traffic patterns, and have low pride of ownership.
I've been working on a prototype for an application to share and find cars & coffee events (or really any car-related events).
I recently ditched my multi-blade Gillette razor for a safety razor. A bit unfamiliar to single-blade shaving, I decided to visit The Art of Shaving on a trip to the mall. Upon entering, you're greeted by an overeager salesman with patchy stubble who tries to sell you a product using words like "premium" and…
My three encounters, this week, during my five-mile rush-hour commute near Boston, MA:
A recent discussion led to trying to remember the name of place that was a knock-off of Chuck-E-Cheese in the city where I grew up. I easily recalled that it was called Playland because that was the first journey I had taken in my dad's friend's brand-new (first generation) Honda Odyssey.