2005 Honda Pilot: Such meh, much practical

The clock strikes midnight, your phone starts blowing up with happy birthday posts from people you probably don’t know, and you’re legally allowed to hit the road; not with your nosy father nor your scared mother, but by yourself. The days of not relying on anyone to take you places or taking the bus to school are… » 5/18/15 9:21am 5/18/15 9:21am

2009 Yamaha Grizzly 350: The Oppositelock Review

Looking back a year, I stated how important this EZ-GO golf cart was to me since it taught me the basics driving. How a car reacts to your commands, to modulate my inputs as well as how to treat a 4 wheeled vehicle so I don’t end up killing myself, or worse killing another mammal. This Yamaha Grizzly though taught me… » 4/25/15 3:50pm 4/25/15 3:50pm

1985 Toyota Tercel 4WD Wagon: The OppositeLock Review

We just bought a house and I'm moving from a house that has room to Tetris in six cars, to one that has only room for two. There is some competitive street parking which will be reserved for my work truck. The two spots are for my '80 longbed and my wife's Sable. As such, my Tercels are leaving the fleet. And leaving… » 4/03/15 10:32pm 4/03/15 10:32pm

1993 Volvo 940 Wagon: The Oppo Review

Disclaimer: Volvo wanted me to drive this car so badly that they sold it to somebody, who sold it to someone else, maybe? (I seriously don't know how many owners it has had...) who sold it to my friend Eugene who drove it for six years and then posted it on Turbobricks for $900 including a carload of extra parts, and… » 3/30/15 1:23pm 3/30/15 1:23pm

2000 Volvo V70R: The OppositeLock Review

Getting to meet your hero. It is something that we all dream of doing. However, most everyone knows that it very rarely works out for the best. So was my case with one of my automotive dream heroes, the Volvo V70R. I began lusting for one after seeing a beautiful example come for sale near me when I first started… » 3/30/15 11:02am 3/30/15 11:02am