fact or fiction

Is it fact or merely fiction? Fact or Fiction explores the myths and beliefs we hold about gas guzzlers, self-driving cars and our on-road lives.

  • Jack Johnson
    Published 2 days ago
    Myths about classic cars people believe

    Myths about classic cars people believe

    There are often periods in life when you have to take a step back and simply appreciate the sheer beauty and magnificence of what is in front of you. Here in the UK we are blessed with a number of these incomparable beauty spots. From the colossal heights of the 282 Munros in the Highlands to the rugged rocks that litter the Giants Causeway. There are some occasions, however, when the admiration we project deserves to be directed in the way of a manufactured item. Admittedly, every model of car boasts something unique, whether it be environmental efficiency, technologic innovation, or sheer unrestricted power. But there are that unique few which offer something even more.
  • George Swagger
    Published 10 days ago
    What Does the Police Know About You as a Driver?

    What Does the Police Know About You as a Driver?

    Do you know how much information the police have in hand concerning you? There is a lot of information with our police officers to enable them to carry out security measures. Some of the available information includes the identification documents, driving history, hit and run records, and much more. Since the records are there, the next time you get booked, ensure that you give accurate information. This article will discuss some of the information these police officers know about you as a driver. Here is the list.
  • Susan Hewson
    Published 29 days ago
    Rich People Don't Need Gas

    Rich People Don't Need Gas

    Lexus, Mercedes, Range Rover. Luxury cars are driven by the luckiest, most financially secure members of our society, but where do they fill up? Usually not in their neighborhoods. How appalling it would be to stick a big smelly gas station or convenience store near homes with perfectly manicured lawns and front yard fountains. Gas stations and convenience stores are found in higher quantity and lower quality in neighborhoods that are considered less desirable, with a lower average income per household- let’s talk about it.
  • Clark Howard Lindsey
    Published 2 months ago
    Why To Buy Cars New

    Why To Buy Cars New

    Ok. Here we go (cue the Mario star theme from Mario Kart 64 as this case for my system is indeed invincible and impervious to criticism).
  • Stefan Ateljevic
    Published 6 months ago
    Unusual Tips for Driving in the US

    Unusual Tips for Driving in the US

    They say that driving in the US is a sheer delight. On average, Americans drive 13,474 miles every year, which is more time spent behind the wheel than any other nation—12,777 miles more than an average Chinese citizen drives.
  • Sarah Marry
    Published 7 months ago
    Rectifying Limousine Myths: Prove Them Wrong

    Rectifying Limousine Myths: Prove Them Wrong

    In the modern world, at the age of digitization, it is common to spread information that will create chaos and havoc on a massive scale. People were safe from such rumors back in the day with no modern tool to corrupt their minds whatsoever. But now if we swipe through our surroundings everything is surrounded by a series of myths (or rumors).
  • Evan Javier
    Published 8 months ago
    Everything That You Need to Know About Car Crash Repairs

    Everything That You Need to Know About Car Crash Repairs

    The growing population has given rise to the number of vehicles on the road. Despite precautions, there are a number of things that can contribute to car accidents. There are several factors that cause collisions such as; driving speed, road design, the design of the vehicle, driving skills, road condition, drunk driving, distracted driving, rash driving, etc. Some of these incidents can even lead to death or cause several financial damages to the individuals involved or not involved in the crash.
  • Mariela Corella
    Published 11 months ago
    Road Rage and Its Consequences

    Road Rage and Its Consequences

    It has happened to most of us, you’re driving and suddenly someone cuts you off, you get frustrated and angry and signal an offensive hand gesture at the other driver. We’ve all experienced that emotion of rage while driving, but road rage is something that could lead to serious car accidents or, if a person can’t control their emotions, has led to some fatal incidents.
  • Kevin Gardner
    Published 11 months ago
    Why You Should Act Quickly to Repair Your Car's Dents

    Why You Should Act Quickly to Repair Your Car's Dents

    When something bad happens to your car, whether it's a crash or a severe hailstorm, it can sustain incredible amounts of damage. Perhaps you have a broken window, your front bumper falls off, or your car has some pretty serious dents. Dents on your car can be an eyesore and are often accompanied by chipped paint. When your car's paint chips, it can expose the vulnerable metal underneath and lead to even more damage to your paint job. There are other negative effects dents can have on your car.
  • Jaime Hunter
    Published 11 months ago
    What Does Your Favourite Car Say About You?

    What Does Your Favourite Car Say About You?

    You can read a lot into people when you look at what they drive. Certain makes and models of cars obviously attract very different people, and in some cases, a very particular set of people. For example, if you ride around in a BMW chances are that you’re not a very good driver, and if you drive around in anything made by Bugatti then you probably have a lot of money. Any how, let’s take a look to see what car you like says about your personality.
  • Casey Keller
    Published 11 months ago
    The Fast and the Faster

    The Fast and the Faster

    Along time ago when my sister lived in Butte, Montana with me and our mother and step dad, we had these awesome, amazing cars. Kerri had a 1966 Mustang Coupe that had a 302 in it. I had the 1968 Fastback Mustang, it just had a regular straight six cylinder in it.
  • Dani Hendrix
    Published about a year ago
    5 Ride-Share Horror Stories

    5 Ride-Share Horror Stories

    Ride-share services have become quite the norm. People would much rather call an Uber or Lyft driver than an old fashioned taxi. However, Uber specifically does not do a background check on their employees or meet them for an interview prior to hiring them (currently). The requirements Uber drivers need to meet are not steep, and most people with a car that was made in the last decade can apply and expect to be hired. But how safe really are these ride-share services? You decide.