The holidays are coming to an end sooner than we think. If you’re going to order gifts online, now is the time to get your orders in. Here are some last-minute suggestions:
Dogs and pickup trucks seem like a natural combination. Dogs are easy-going, friendly, and they don’t mind getting dirty. Indeed, if dogs could be a type of vehicle, they would be a fun-loving pickup truck for sure.
Sadly, despite the fact that dogs and trucks have so much in common, trucks can represent a serious risk to a dog’s health…especially if the dog rides in the back of the truck. While there aren’t a lot of stats to prove it, a veterinary professional we spoke with suggested that dogs are more likely to get hurt in their owner’s truck than they are to get hit by a truck.
In an effort to improve our little blog, a few weeks ago we started profiling some popular auto blogs for our own purposes. At first, we were only looking for ideas on layout, content, and features. After a while we realized that it might be interesting to put together a list of the most influential auto blogs on the internet (focused on the USA).
For our purposes influence means that a blog is both authoritative and popular. Here’s our criteria for blogs and how we attempted to determine authority and popularity:
If you’re not looking to spend a ton of cash, here’s a list of gifts for truck owners that don’t cost a lot of money.
Here are 5 “best of Craigslist” posts that have at least something to do with cars. Some important points before we continue:
- There will not be any apologies for offensive language. If you read from this point forward and click on the links, you WILL see something offensive. Such is the beast.
- None of the holier-than-thou “I ride a bicycle and I’m better than you” rants that are so popular on Craigslist made it on our list. Sorry. (OK, not really sorry. Screw those people.)
- Keep the conversation going. Feel free to post a link to a best of Craigslist post that’s automotive in nature in the comments
Number 1: One BAD Personalized Plate
How can one person get 50 parking tickets, each one for a different car…the answer? They have a personalized plate that’s simply “NV.”