Travelogue: The Return of The Summer Road Trip – Yours! (Part 2)

There is a difference. Since most international borders are still shut or restricted to a few people, we had to be creative in our travel pursuits. Based on what I have seen in the travel media, the trend now is to stay within our country’s borders to outdoorsy destinations.

Travelogue: The Return of The Summer Road Trip – Yours! (Part 1)

Which brings me to why we need to have road trips. We get so wrapped up in our lives, our work, and family and friends that we forget to do something for ourselves. Being busy is great and does reap the rewards of hard work and dedication. Yet, you need a reset – a reboot, at times.

Commentary: Pride, In The Name Of This Work

With shutdowns and community guidelines in place, almost every in-person event was cancelled. This year, we’re seeing a limited number of events happening – even with some changes to placate the latest guidelines for gatherings, social distancing, and masking rules.

The Magnificent Recharging Volvo

Recharge is moniker applied to all electrified Volvo models. Whether it is the battery-electric XC40 or the T8 powered SUVs and sedans, Recharge refers to an action that should be taken by its owners than a reflection of the necessary path Volvo put themselves in to.

Commentary: Ford's Maverick Strategy

For one, the former compact pickup truck has grown into a mid-size one. Full-sized pickup trucks have grown tremendously, especially when you consider how big the Heavy Duty versions are. Not to mention how prices have soared for pickup trucks – period.

My Favorite Vehicles From The 1980s

At the State of California's Department of Motor Vehicles office in Canoga Park, I became a licensed driver. It took that second time to do it, but it was complete. Thanks to the California Driving School and the help of a 1977 Datsun B210 sedan, this history I embody had a real genesis.

The Three-Row Hellcat

Since 2014, one singular V8 engine has launched many ships onto the roads of the world. A V8 engine with a supercharger attached that broke the internet, many hearts, and wallets.

Historiography: The Rise of the Mini-Truck

What we saw were the results of these measures that shaped the automotive industry in North America in 1982. It wasn’t enough to build smaller passenger cars. There was something else that took place that also changed the way we looked at transportation – for both work and play.