By Sandy Myhre Cars have become progressively bigger. Look back ten years and see that what once was placed in the small car category is now sufficiently big enough to be classified as mid-size. The same thing happened to what’s ubiquitously called the Sport Utility Vehicle. It’s like car designers all clubbed together and injected their SUVs with enough steroid-induced bulging muscles to be banned … Continue reading SMALL TOYOTA MAKES A BIG IMPRESSION
This is a ripping yarn encompassing our own heritage during the Victorian-era colonial expansionist phrase.
Continue reading LEGACY OF STRANGERS
“This ain’t a damn beauty contest. If you come into politics to be popular, then you’ve picked the wrong sport.” Continue reading Political Party Puppies
It’s not often women make history with cars. But in June this year that’s exactly what happened in England. Continue reading WOMEN MAKING MOTORING HISTORY
Electric car technology is improving and the Hyundai Ioniq EV is a fine example. Continue reading Plugged In And Ready To Go
Oxford means different things to different people, but for TV tragics it’s a chance to follow in the footsteps of two much-loved fictional detectives: Morse and Lewis. Continue reading DRINKING WITH DETECTIVES
On the flight from Paris (CDG) to Shanghai (Pu Dong) on China Eastern Airlines, one thing was abundantly clear. There were very few Europeans on board. I could see about 10 on the A330-200 that has a capacity of 220 or thereabouts. So Paris was a good introduction to Shanghai. Approaching Pu Dong Airport in the early hours of the morning it was also abundantly … Continue reading ABUNDANTLY CLEAR IN SHANGHAI