Yeah but most vehicle collisions are not side to side, they are front to back. Positioning a bike responsibly btw cars or riding between lanes put that rider out of harms way should the car in front stop short or rear end something. I've never had a close call splitting lanes but I have almost been rear ended by a… » 2/26/15 7:20pm Thursday 7:20pm

Tyler, great article as always. Reading about this weaponry has confused me on the role of destroyers and cruisers. They are basically the same size, have the same armament more or less and are both "multi-role" in their mission. Is this gun meant to be the "standard issue" for projectile weaponry regardless of the… » 2/24/15 1:59pm Tuesday 1:59pm

It does sell for huge money here. Check out East Coast Rovers. Their Defenders are around 250-300 grand. Although they are not kit cars, they just take frames from a north american Defender and re weld everything or important a frame that's older than the federal ban. Then order all new parts from england and… » 2/23/15 4:01pm 2/23/15 4:01pm

There is one grey area you didn't cover which might something to look at because recently the government tried to crack down on this with limited success. In the Land Rover circle, what a lot of people do is buy a north american spec car with legal VINs, strip them, and then rebuild with Euro parts. It's different… » 2/11/15 5:42pm 2/11/15 5:42pm

I'm not really an American car guy but having driven both the new vette and this I have to say the Viper does feel significantly more "special" than the Chevy. Performance, engineering, style and all that aside, at the end of the day it's a more exclusive car and that's worth something in my opinion. » 1/09/15 4:33pm 1/09/15 4:33pm

Man I sure hope not. If they pull a Tundra with this new model and just facelift it, this is gonna be a quick model run. I mean the Tundra I get because their engine was awesome and fuel economy of the competitors was basically the same so what's the point. Tacoma however, it's competitors have more more… » 1/08/15 4:37pm 1/08/15 4:37pm

That's a poor argument. There are plenty of SUV's that weight less than sedans and I'd argue the raised driving position actually improves your visibility, not reduces it. SUV's typically have wider tires too giving a better contact match to weight ratio than say that of Prius so the brake argument is moot too. » 1/07/15 7:19pm 1/07/15 7:19pm