Rental Car Review: A Truck Will Do, Thank You!

Even as the discussion of COVID-19 has been amplified, and the subsequent action by both the Federal Government and the state of Minnesota started to take effect, I knew that I had to do something in the face of this so-called panic. My solution to dealing with this crisis is simple: Just drive.

My Thoughts Exactly: 2020 Lexus RX 350 F Sport

The Lexus RX – the original luxury crossover. And, still going strong. I could end the story there. But, it keeps on coming back to this website. For good reason, mind you. It is what people with better incomes
buy or lease.

Twin Cities 2020: Yes, That Was Me On The Radio…

Results. Think about that for a moment. Isn't it the goal of any publication – digital or otherwise – is to achieve a following? To get webpage hits, likes, social media interactions, views on viral video sites, and so forth?

Commentary: COVID-19 vs. The World

COVID-19 has begun to crimp several people's livelihood. It has become a global pandemic that has taken lives, quarantined others, and caused panic in various places on Earth.

Quickies: Alfa Romeo Making Necessary Changes

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles continue to bolster its 110-year-old Alfa Romeo brand as their entry into the luxury car world. The Giulia sedan and Stelvio SUV are focused on delivering an Italian experience in two of the most competitive segments in this business – compact sports sedans and compact premium SUVs.

Travelogue: Putting In The Work…On The Road

When you think of overlanding, you're probably thinking off-roading with onboard camping equipment and some extreme equipment made for maximum adventure and exploration. It is a new level of the art of going off the tarmac and finding trouble – maybe.

Quickies: Follow This Leader

Now, it's Toyota's turn. The Highlander has been one of the leaders in this segment and has been satisfying families for a very long time. They went back to the drawing board and created a new 2020 Highlander for today's families.

Historiography: 100 Years of "Zoom-Zoom"

One of the new zaibatsu began in Hiroshima on January 30, 1920. The Toyo Cork Kogyo Company opened up for business. It began as a manufacturer of cork items and machine tools to help prop up the growing industrial might of Japan. The fledgling company had its struggles through the 1920s, renaming itself as Toyo Kogyo Co., Ltd. in 1927 while being bailed out by a local bank and other local businessmen after dipping into bankruptcy.

Commentary: No Auto Show This Week in Geneva

However, things are different in Geneva this week. PALEXPO was ready to welcome hundreds of media professionals, industry people, and the general public for the 90th edition of the Geneva International Auto Show.