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Return to Office Delayed as Workers Can’t Find Their Cars

A person is shown in between a two cars with their hands up as they search for their 2023 Chevy Blazer.
Working from home has become the new normal as of late, but as employees are encouraged to head back into the office, some are having a hard time actually getting there. It’s not the accelerated morning routine or rush hour traffic that has workers stymied, but rather, something much more practical: they can’t remember where they parked their cars....

Composer of Annoying Car Dealership Ad Jingles to Be Honored by Industry

A record player is shown from above after Tomball car dealerships nominate a musical composer for an award.
You might not know his name, but Tobias “earworm” Worthington has been a musical mainstay in the local area and an integral reason why nearby car dealerships are known to area residents. Worthington isn’t a star athlete, nor has he held any local political office—and he normally wouldn’t be mentioned in any conversation about the music industry, but his...

With Chips in Short Supply, Auto Industry Continues to Innovate

A puzzle is shown with a piece missing, through the hole is a microchip.
Friends, as I’m sure you already know, the infamous microchip shortage continues to march on into its second year. Despite the fact that some auto industry leaders assured us a year ago that it would pretty much blow over by the end of the year, we’re still watching car manufacturers try to figure out how to deal with this...

Power Wheels Offers Consumers Viable and Economic Options

The Power Wheels EV logo is shown on a red background after people searched 'used cars under $10k.'
Economic hardships have long been a tumultuous ordeal for the average consumer—especially when it comes to finding a reliable method of transportation that’s reasonably priced. With demand higher than ever—and a microchip shortage, finding used cars under $10k becomes comparable to finding a needle in the proverbial haystack. However, a solution has presented itself in a product that’s been with...

Jeep With “NFT” License Plate Keeps Getting Stolen

A grey 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee WK is shown from the rear with a license plate that spells NFT.
Jerry Wilson was enjoying life behind the wheel of his new 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee WK...then the thefts began. Everything was fine for the first couple of weeks, but as soon as Wilson started to settle in and start to really make the SUV his own, it began disappearing from his driveway during the night. Curiously, the thieves would...

5 Predictions About the Chevy Blazer EV

A crystal ball is shown in front of a splash of lava showing predictions about the 2023 Chevy Blazer EV.
Although there’s a fair amount of excitement about the 2023 Chevy Blazer, which is getting a nice update and refresh, I don’t care about that. Sure the restyled grille and front fascia look nice, and there are new colors available, but what I’m more interested in is the upcoming Chevy Blazer EV. Chevy’s been talking a big game about...

Great Ways to Save Money on Gas

Gas pumps are shown from the side with a piggy bank next to it.
As we navigate numerous worldwide crises and attempt to simply survive the daily nightmare that is modern existence, we’ve had the pleasure of recently enjoying all-time high prices for gas. Despite the fact that oil companies pretty much couldn’t give away gas only two years ago, even slight changes to the world economy and market were clear justification for...

Ford and Chevy Battle for Supremacy

The Ford and Chevy logos are shown above the 2022 Ford F-150 vs 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500.
For decades now, the big truck manufacturers have been fighting each other in an ever-growing arms race for top numbers. It only takes a quick look at advertising from Ford, GM, and Ram to see they’ve been battling with towing and payload capacities, horsepower, and torque. When you look at models like the 2022 Ford F-150 vs the 2022...

Nissan Introduces New Inflation-Proof Model

A red Nissan Rogue is shown from the front on a road next to water after leaving a Mahomet Nissan dealer.
With inflation hitting an almost 40-year high, a dollar isn't quite worth what it used to be. The effects of this unfortunate economic reality have been felt in every sector of the economy, but perhaps nowhere more than in the automotive market. This inflation, combined with a chronic shortage of the microchips used in countless consumer goods, has seen...

Lax Olympic Rules Open Up Competition to Trucks, SUVs, Tanks

An olympic starting line is shown with the olympics logo over it before the race between the 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 and the 2022 Ford F-150
International athletic competitions could soon become unrecognizable as a controversial decision from the recent Winter Olympic games threatens to establish a new precedent in terms of who––and what––can compete at sport’s highest level. As the International Olympic Committee proves its willingness to toss aside established rules on even the flimsiest of pretenses, some competing countries are beginning to wonder...

Robot Sell Your Car

A robotic hand is shown reaching up and touching a 'sell my car' button in a constellation of data.
Editor’s Note: The following note was provided by the author with this article: “I’m sick of these assignments you keep sending me so I wrote a simple AI program to handle it for me. Enjoy the algorithm suckers!” We would like to preface the following by assuring our readers that we have not assigned this author any articles in...

Tires Deemed Useless

A stack of tires is shown in front of a tire swing with the text 'tires deemed useless' over a cancel sign after local tire stores in Cincinnati rush to get rid of stock.
I write this to you sitting on a stack of fourteen tires. I’ve stocked up, and you should too. Seriously, now is the time. Tire stores are doing everything they can to get rid of inventory as all brands convert to tireless models. You, like myself, may have idiotically thought that tires were an important component of a vehicle....

New Algorithm Mines Data to Find Perfect Car

A person is shown using a tablet with data going in one side and cars coming out the other before they visit a Suffolk Chevy Silverado dealer.
Suffolk, VA - Your personal data has become the backbone of the new economy. Somehow a generation raised with the specter of stranger danger has built a system where accepting cookies from faceless corporations is a part of everyday life. While moderately less likely to result in kidnapping, these sort of data-mining endeavors give big businesses an unprecedented look...

NJ EV Owner Shocked by High Electricity Payments

A man is shown working on a laptop
Freehold, New Jersey - A Freehold resident has launched a complaint in court against his local New Jersey electric car dealership. Ed Wannabe, aged 53 and three-quarters, claims that he now pays higher electricity bills than his neighbors, all of whom drive normal, gas-guzzling, climate-destroying, baby seal clubbing … cars. Wannabe, who purchased his EV last month, expected he’d be...

Pickup Drivers to Form Blockade Until They’re Praised

Multiple 2022 Ford F-150's are shown from behind forming a blockade.
Inspired by the recent demonstrations in Ottawa, a group of 2022 Ford F-150 owners have vowed to occupy a local intersection until their demands are met. While the Canadian protest was focused on big-rig truckers who refused to comply with the government's vaccine mandate, the pickup protest has comparatively modest aims: they simply want people to recognize how cool...

Buick Stays Woke With New Ad Campaign

A wall is shown with a Buick ad on it with the text 'Buick launches new woke ad campaign' on it.
In many ways, the auto industry is like a rugged old tortoise: dependable, stoic, and slowly plodding toward an inevitable expiration date that’s likely to occur sometime just before the heat-death of the universe. It is upon this noble tortoise that I hang my hat and so I’m relieved to see it stumble forward, day after day, reinventing itself...

An Off-Road Shit Show: The Underdog Story of Rope, Redemption, and Shitting in the Woods

A blue 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness is shown going down a trail from behind after leaving a 'Certified Pre-Owned Subaru dealership'.
You know, people talk a lot of shit about Subarus, but whatever happened to the old “walk a mile in their shoes” adage? I mean, sure you might have to walk a mile to your Certified Pre-Owned Subaru dealership when your Subaru needs service…but that’s really beside the point, now isn’t it? Besides, how else will you get your...

We’re Directing a Jeep Commercial in a Real Lion’s Den

Two lions are shown laying in front of a red Jeep Wrangler after leaving a NJ Jeep Wrangler dealer.
Aren’t you tired of the same old car commercials that simply show a vehicle making sharp turns and maybe climbing some sandy hills? Who cares if a car can do that? BOOOOO-RING! I just picked up a beauty from my NJ Jeep Wrangler dealer and will show the world what it’s really capable of. I was nominated five times as...

Teenage Car Keeps Throwing up Inappropriate Error Codes

A black 2009 Chevrolet Malibu is shown from the front surrounded by various trouble codes, before going to a Albany used car dealership.
Albany, NY - Technicians at one local Albany used car dealership are stumped as a rare electronic issue continues to plague a recently sold vehicle. Greg Russo bought his used 2009 Chevy Malibu from Larsson’s Used Cars early last year and, by all reports, had been satisfied with the midsize sedan until recently. The trouble started when the Malibu’s...

Chevy & Chill: Automaker Enters Streaming World

An old tv set is shown with static on the screen with the text 'introducing chevy # streaming service' displayed on screen near a chevy dealer in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
Allentown, Pennsylvania - Eager to not get left behind in the growing in-vehicle infotainment wars, Chevy recently announced a new venture that will bring exclusive streaming content to all its products. The new service is currently limited to a pilot program at one Chevy dealer in Allentown, Pennsylvania, but if all goes well, it could be included on all...