If you hadn’t noticed already; I love classic cars. I’m convinced that anyone who owns any type of automotive history should be celebrated and offered cake at least once a week. Classic cars are like those true artists who are not simply following the latest pop-trend. Usually under-appreciated, but so damn necessary to the continuing evolution of an art form. Because of this, it warms my heart to see people my age go out and purchase vintage cars. Burak is […]
Monday I checked my mailbox, only to find out I got another email from Volvo’s Dutch press outlet. Unlike the usual information included, the top headline this time discussed the arrival of the Volvo S90 at dealerships throughout the Netherlands. Naturally, my loins started vibrating a little. The only logical course of action was to visit the local dealership as soon as possible. Tuesday I hopped in our van to go there. Here’s what happened.
For two weeks, three friends and myself drove a Citroën DS3 through a bunch of countries in Eastern Europe. Most notably Croatia, where we spent most of our days. None of us had been there before, so we were taken by surprise, while we saw all our prejudices go down the drain. The country itself is beautiful, but from a driver’s perspective, if you find the right roads, it’s pretty close to heaven. Here’s why.
If you are any active on Instagram, and follow our own page, you probably saw a great photo of a Renault 4 pop up in your timeline at some point in the last few weeks. I’m here to hit you with some information about the car itself, as well as some background information about our visit to Vallon-Pont-d’Arc.
Since everyone in my surroundings knows how I much adore driving any type of vehicle, they will sometimes exploit this fact by offering their car, provided that I do a chore. During the weekend, my in-laws (as I call them, because, well, that’s just easier) asked me to take their Fiat 500 to the shop to fix the car’s front window. Of course, I obliged, albeit not just for the sake of driving. However, that is simply the setting for […]
According to Jason Torchinsky, yes. And when they do, they make sure that it is the worst.