Car and Driver

Aston Martin DB4 GT Continuation Driven: Suddenly, It’s 1959!
Supply and demand be damned. The principal of a self-regulating market is clearly too vulgar for the rarefied world of classic Aston Martins. The all-new, all-old “Continuation” DB4 GT—a factory-built...
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2018 Aston Martin DB4 GT Continuation – First Drive
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Nissan Will Make One of Its Mainstream Models EV Only by 2025
Nissan made a daring move a decade ago when it decided to make the Leaf electric car a global mass-production effort rather than a small-scale one that would just satisfy...
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Report: Chevrolet Camaro Getting the Corvette’s Seven-Speed Manual for 2019
The Chevrolet Camaro already shares a few V-8 engine choices with the C7 Corvette, and there might soon be some manual-transmission overlap as well. AutoGuide found a document from the...
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Here at Buck The Commute, we generally prefer a Manual Transmission for our commuter cars. It's more efficient (in most cases), simpler to repair, and most of all more fun!

The YouTube Channel Learn Engineering prepared a very detailed video explaining technical differences between Automatic and Manual transmissions. It's well worth the 7 minute viewing time =)

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Starting next month, drivers of all types can record virtually everything about their trips with the new Waylense Horizon.

The $449 (pre-sale) device records up to 1080p video along with data that's delivered via your ODB-II port (standard on all vehicles built after 1996).

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