NEW PALISADE SUV LOOKS LIKE A WINNER FOR HYUNDAI FOR 2020

The good reception that Hyundai’s earlier ventures into the three-row SUV segment (Santa Fe XL, Veracruz) received never really translated into much of the way of overall success in the market, but that may be changing, and soon.

There’s no guarantee of that, of course, but the 2020 Hyundai Palisade’s combination of good looks and functionality will even appeal to those who customarily browse luxury showrooms. It’s a high-class vehicle! Read more

Welcome! Your Serene Highness

Range Rover SVAutobiography Dynamic (2019)

I’m sure these exact words will be uttered many times to VIP’s exiting the Range Rover SVAutobiography Dynamic. This large SUV fits this type of passenger perfectly.

Mention Range Rover and most think of the very capable go anywhere off roader, while some immediately think of the ultra-luxurious Range Rovers of today. Regardless, all the Range Rovers are special to drive or be driven in. Placed between the Long-wheel base (LWB) SVAutobiography and the high-performance Range Rover Sport SVR. The SVAutobiography Dynamic is the perfect size for someone that wants more exclusivity than the standard model but doesn’t need the extra space offer with the LWB model which is mainly rear seat roominess Read more

MyCharge Power Lumens Light and Power-Bank

MyCharge Power Lumens 10K Hihh Lumens Lamp & Power-bank: This multi-purpose portable charger and high lumen lamp offers 10,000mAh of shared output featuring two USB ports. It is also a high-powered light: Providing up to 41 hours of continuous light. There are myriads of uses for this handy light with a built-in stand. I personally used it working under the hood of my car and found it to be a great item to have. Its small to be able to maneuver in tight spaces, large and stable enough to place on almost any surface. Slim, durable design, thus able to fit in a large work pant pocket, tool box or in the glove box of your car. Read more

Book Review

Never Stop Driving: A Better Life Behind the Wheel (2019)

“Jump in the car and drive away stress and distractions”

Tech television shows, newspapers, even car magazines all talk about it. Today’s teenager and young adult isn’t interested in cars. Why? Maybe the smart phone and video game addiction? Or could it be its just a few years until we will be riding in autonomous, electric pods and they don’t even want to bother with an old mundane activity such as driving. This book brilliantly puts the future as bleak as it may be for a car aficionado on hold and takes us back to a simpler time, when our cars represented freedom, adventure and fun. When we would go to the garage and simply sit in the car and dream of driving to some exciting place or wanting to improve our driving abilities on a racetrack. Read more