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The American Automotive Industry Is Packed With History

by The Pit Boss

America's most influential car brands are legendary.

While major strides for American car companies were made in the first half of the 20th century, the innovations of the "Big Three" majorly changed the face of not just America, but the world. What’s the history of Ford, GM, and Chrysler? Here are their stories!

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Model Overview: 2017 Jeep Wrangler Sport Reviews and Specs

by The Pit Boss

Review of the 2017 Jeep Wrangler Sport

A sporty and durable Jeep Wrangler tackling boulders and tough terrain is closely tied with most mental images of off-road vehicles, and it is perhaps one of the most popular and iconic off-road vehicles in the automotive world. 

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Good First Cars for Teens: Which Car Should They Drive?

by Wes

What's the best first car for a teen driver?

Nowadays, I see teen drivers all over the road, and it seems that too often, kids and their parents get caught up in how you look in a car instead of basic needs such as safety.

Articles, The Pit Stop, Trucks, Reviews

Model Overview: 2015 Ford F-250 Reviews and Specs

by The Pit Boss

Review of the 2015 Ford F-250

The first generation of the F-250 was produced in 1999 as a Super Duty truck that utilized a distinct chassis from the lighter F-150, with heavier-duty chassis for more towing capacities. The 2015 F-250 is the second generation heavy-duty truck for Ford and comes in dozens of variants to meet specific driving and work needs.

Articles, The Pit Stop, Trucks

What Are the Best Resale Value Trucks On the Market?

by Wes

Looking for the best resale-value trucks? 

There are lots of drivers who buy a new truck only to sell it a year or two later, but the mistake that people often make is purchasing a truck that has little resale value. Nothing hurts worse than your wallet taking a hit. You don’t want to end up in this situation, especially when you spent a lot to buy a truck you’re intending on selling in the first place.

As someone who constantly thinks in future terms, I'm here to tell you it’s imperative to do your research and find the trucks that have the best resale value in the market.

Which trucks might those be, you ask?