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It’s Smart, But Is It Safe?

Remember when the dashboard of your auto only had an AM/FM radio and a heater? (If you are younger than 40, you probably don’t.) Do you recall a time when you could only see a speedometer and odometer through the steering wheel? Those days seem to be long gone...

EVs On The Road to Global Standardization

Believe it or not, a visionary named Robert Anderson developed the first electric car in 1832. One could argue that they had a slow start, but electric cars are fast becoming normality among automakers. Hybrid Vehicles Will Give Way to All-Electric Manufacturers have...

The Few, The Proud, The Cars That Increase in Value

Have you ever seen a car that seemed unbelievably expensive when it first came out and then a few years later you see it being sold for a lot less as a used car? That’s the result of depreciation. Most cars predictably depreciate at fairly consistent rates....

Auto Talk for Draper: The Evolution Of The Car Key

The key to your car is one of the smallest, yet most critical parts of your car. In today’s post we’re going to focus on how the key has changed and progressed over the years. Back when cars were first created and then started being mass-produced, keys...

The Color Psychology of Cars

Have you done any research into color psychology? You may have heard that red interiors in restaurants can energize diners’ appetites and that pastels can be relaxing. Colors affect our emotions, behavior, and actual physiological processes such as heart rate...