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When Driving is about Lifestyle, Car Life Nation is the Answer

When Driving is about Lifestyle, Car Life Nation is the Answer

What’s Not to Love About Going Suburban?

The suburbs get a really bad rap. All those perfectly manicured lawns, the homogeneity of the houses, the lack of culture as compared to the nearby bustling cities. However, the one thing that the suburbs can always offer that most cities can’t? Ample parking. Why should you care about parking? Because once you set your […]

The Ford Escape = A Mom’s Escape

Once you become a parent, you become a lot of other things too – a full-time nanny, a chef, a housekeeper, a personal assistant, a nurse… hell, I’ve even caught myself playing the role of an engineer when trying to ascertain why certain obnoxious music toys refuse to light up and blast “Old MacDonald Had […]

Should You Lease or Buy Your Chevy?

Ah, it’s the age-old question that everybody asks when it comes time to head to the car dealership: should you lease or buy your next car? Of course, there are pros and cons to both methods and a lot depends on your personal situation. However, if you haven’t been faced with having to choose between […]

Best Practices for Buying Used

So you’re searching for used cars and you’re suddenly realizing there is a whole lot more that goes into a buying a used car than simply finding one online and sending a quick payment to the seller via Venmo or PayPal. It’s okay, we understand – buying a used car seems like one of those things that […]

The Future of Lean, Mean, Environmentally-Friendly Pick-Up Machines

Unless you’ve been living under a rock (or just taking a summertime snooze from the daily news), you’ve most likely heard the buzz that many countries are looking to ban gas-powered cars in the coming years. France and England are leading the charge – both are planning to stop the sale of gas-powered automobiles by […]

Questioning the Nissan Quest

So you’ve finally lost the battle huh? If you’re reading this, most likely you’ve surrendered to the fact that it’s time to accept that you are in the market for a minivan. It’s okay – we all start out saying “I’ll never drive one of those” and then 2.5 kids, one dog and one mortgage […]