Bristol has lived up to its legacy as fight breaks out between Logano and Hamlin.
What do you think about when you hear the phrase “online advertising” or “big data”? How about “social network”? Do visions of hoodie-wearing young entrepreneurs dance through your head? Each of these are massive parts of the startup tech sector. In 2012, online display advertising was $12 billion; big data has become the new hot sector for venture capital with over $5 billion of investments over the last five years; and Facebook has now passed 1 billion active monthly users. [keep reading]
Meanwhile in Texas, this happened at a Hyundai dealership. The story goes a driver allegedly under the influence of alcohol crashed into 18 brand new cars. He was driving a Nissan Altima and not only did an absurd amount of damage, but successfully escaped and ran off. For full details, read the story here or view the pictures below.
There’s a saying about walking on thin ice. There should be a saying about driving or parking vehicles on thin ice because some people clearly aren’t following the handy chart below.
The fact some people don’t follow these simple rules means we have a whole bunch of pictures of people and cars that have fallen through ice. Here’s some of our favorites. [keep reading]
The story behind Saddam Hussein’s 1978 Mercedes-Benz 600.
The designer of the infamous Edsel AKA “E-Bomb” has died.
Photo credits: TTAC
Great photos of cars exist all over the web and we made a post about some our favorites you can read here. Another great resource for car photos is DeviantArt. If you’re an artist, you’re probably very familiar with the popular website. If you’re not, all you need to know is DeviantArt has some of the most unique pictures and car art you can find on the web.
In many cases, cars aren’t searchable by make or model so using DeviantArt to find a great car pic is like shopping at a thrift shop or TJ Maxx. It can take a little while so patience is a virtue. We’ve done the work for you and have included some our favorite photos after the jump. [keep reading]
You’ve read the car reviews online. You’ve talked to friends. You’ve read dealership reviews. You’ve talked to friends again. You’ve taken cars for test drives. More test drive. And even more test drives. You know exactly how much to pay, how you’re going to pay and if you can get a warranty. There’s just one lingering problem. Are you buying the right car?
No one wants buyers remorse, especially on what will probably be one of the biggest purchases of most people’s lives. This is a big deal and it’s OK to be dramatic.
So how will you know if you are you buying the right car? It’s all about comfort and how the car makes you feel. It’s truly that simple. [keep reading]
Two bus drivers in Iowa were caught street racing with kids along for the ride.
Photo credits: The Telegraph