On a MoVenture…

TweetThe art of driving is not only knowing where you're going – but the fun you find along the way. What if your adventure…

Carmageddon It!

TweetThere are moments when I am glad I left Southern California for good in 1996. Leading up to this weekend, Los Angeles had been…

A Teenage Dream

TweetCan you be a teenager and drive a car in this country? Legally, yes. The average starter age to obtain a driver’s license in…

The Brand New 40 MPG Sedan

There is a reason behind making this audacious statement. In my realm of social media, I receive many feeds from Facebook, Twitter and Google+ from my automobile sources. They speak in an institutional voice that is necessary to convey a condensed message within the constraints of these outlets. It is the art of language distilled in a short burst of words, hashtags and shortened URLs.

Quickies: Yes, But Is It A Real Saab?

When we get to a certain age…or, near it…we often compile a list of things we always wanted to see or do before it’s too late. As fatalistic and morbid as it sounds, the bucket list is where our dreams get a final chance to be fully realized.

Getting Real

For every person appearing in that video, there is always someone who will argue that people like myself do not matter. For the former New York Giants Super Bowl hero, the member of Congress in the north and east suburbs of the Twin Cities and the security person at Target Field, we are challenged with finding positive ways to overcome the negativity that pervades in every corner of our society. GM has done exactly that with their “It Gets Better” video.