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Tom Hartley. Courtesy of Tom Hartley Tom Hartley buys and sells classic cars at his private estate and showroom in northern England. He started out on the grey market and now finds cars through wealthy owners. His estate offers a resort-like experience, with a private spa and cinema available for visitors. In 1992, Tom Hartley
Power to the pedestrians: In California, jaywalking — most of the time — will no longer a crime. Because of a bill signed recently by California Gov. Gavin Newsom, the “Freedom to Walk” act, pedestrians will no longer have to be anxious about being fined if they stray onto the street to crossing outside of
In this episode of the Autoblog Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore is joined by Senior Editor, Green, John Beltz Snyder and Associate Editor Byron Hurd. Byron has been sending the 2023 Ford F-150 Raptor R on the sand dunes of Lake Michigan. John has been off-roading in the updated 2023 Kia Telluride. Greg has been spending
Notwithstanding the annoyances of switching between standard time and daylight saving time that affect our sleeping habits — spring ahead, fall back, all that — there are more serious consequences to the semi-annual transition: A new study says the time change contributes to 37,000 vehicle collisions with deer on U.S. roads. The report, published this
Enough OEMs tallied double-digit volume improvements in October, tipping the balance of a still-struggling sector into the black after a flat Q3. This has been a catch-up year for the industry, and while reports from early on suggested easing of supply constraints and improvements in volume, many automakers are only now starting to claw back