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The Mustang Mach-E: What We Know So Far

Ford has sent shock waves through the automotive industry this past week. The iconic Detroit-based automaker unveiled their new Mustang Mach-E, but slow down Mustang fans. It’s not a sports car as the name might imply. Rather, it’s a fully electric SUV borrowing the Mustang branding in order to give potential buyers an idea of…

Driving Mistakes That (Almost) Everyone Still Makes

Most of us like to think that we are good drivers. Heck, maybe some of you reading this really are. However, the fact that most people think their driving skills are “above average” means there are a lot of drivers who seriously overestimate their abilities. Our mistakes on the road primarily come down to bad…

The Tesla Cybertruck: A Bold Leap Into The Future

And now for something completely different. Tesla Inc. has made headlines all over the world after unveiling its new “Cybertruck,” a bold new claim on the burgeoning market for electric pick-up trucks. Pick-up trucks are widely viewed as the next frontier in electric vehicles. Established automakers such as Ford and start-up companies such as Rivian…

Inside The 2020 Ford Edge: An SUV That Exceeds Expectations

With its size and attractive pricing, the 2020 Edge is likely to continue the Ford’s success in the midsize SUV category. While nothing radical has been changed in the Edge for 2020, subtle changes like better fuel economy and the removal of the CD player provide some overall improvements to an SUV that has already…

Inside The 2020 Kia Niro: An Affordable Performance SUV

With the 2020 edition, the Kia Niro SUV continues to impress. The five-seater crossover continues to push forward with enhanced fuel economy through hybrid and electric versions. The Niro also boasts wide cargo space and attractive pricing. Indeed, starting at under $35,000, the Kia Niro is a top SUV for anyone who wants rugged durability…

Bizarre U.S. Driving Laws You Probably Didn’t Know About

Most of the laws governing our driving come down to common sense. Obey posted speed limits. Use the left late to pass. ALWAYS yield to pedestrians. The problem is, outside of general driving rules, not every state shares the same laws. Once you pass state lines, you’re responsible for knowing the laws of that part…