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How To Tread Lightly When Off-Roading

View of the muddy road and green meadows in spring, Eastern Poland

“Take only pictures, leave only footprints.” These words represent the most considerate way to enjoy the best outdoor experiences Mother Nature has to offer. Treading lightly is even more important in the off-road community. Whether you’re rock crawling in Moab, overlanding across America, or living the van life, having the right attitude (and equipment) will […]

What’s the Most Expensive Car Ever?

Aachen, Germany, June 14, 2013: Arranged Street shot of an historic Ferrari 512B testarossa Car.

In a world filled with a dizzying array of automobiles, from sleek sports cars and sophisticated sedans to rugged SUVs, many drivers wonder what the most expensive car ever is. It’s usually fascinating to learn which premium automobile gets this tag, as there are several accounts on which automobile is the most expensive. Besides commanding […]

The Fastest Cars in the World

White car speed driving on asphalt road at daytime

Driving one of the fastest cars in the world is exciting, and the style and design of these vehicles will catch the attention of everyone who sees them. What Defines the Fastest Cars in the World? Speed is what defines the fastest cars in the world. The world’s fastest cars are a test of engineering […]

Dodge The 3G Shutdown With A Bluetooth-Enabled FIXD Sensor

Dodge the 3G shutdown

The FIXD Sensor Provides Real-Time Vehicle Health Without 3G Service Starting this month, major wireless carriers (AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile) will begin sunsetting – aka, shutting down – their 3G service to open up more bandwidth for the faster 5G connectivity.  When the 3G shutdown happens, owners of millions of late-model vehicles (2010-2022) will lose […]

12 African Americans Who Changed The Auto Industry

12 African Americans Who Changed The Auto Industry

Let’s recognize their many contributions to the automotive industry during Black History Month. In the past, as well as the present, African Americans are often not given the credit they are due for their contributions to society. The automotive industry is no exception. February is Black History Month, so let’s look at their accomplishments and […]

6 Ways to Show Your Car Some Love

Keep your vehicle valentine running smoothly with these simple tips At FIXD, it’s our mission to simplify car care so you can save money and stay on the road longer. As one of your biggest investments, it’s important to care for your car’s long-term health. If it’s been awhile since you’ve given your ride the […]

Road Tripping Route 66: Missouri and Kansas

Lost in St. Louis, Journey to Uranus, and Waiting Out Tornadoes. We left our intrepid Route 66 travelers in Illinois, about to cross the Mississippi River into St. Louis, Missouri. Our first destination was the Gateway Arch, which isn’t so much a “must-see” as a “you can’t help but see.” It towers 630 feet above […]

Road Tripping Route 66: Illinois

Route 66

The journey begins with muffler men, the Blues Brothers, rabbits, and more. One of my lifelong dreams has been to travel across the United States. First, it was by bicycle, back before I was old enough to drive. Then it was to drive, and later to do it by motorcycle. Now that I’m living in […]

12 Common Car Myths Busted

common car myths debunked

Here are 12 things you’ve heard about cars that are totally bogus Car care tips are a dime a dozen . But what if I told you that much of the “advice” you’ve received over the years is about as useful as an old wives tale? In this article, we’re bringing the truth to light […]

Road Tripping Route 66: The History of the Mother Road

Road Tripping Route 66

This highway played a major role in developing America as we know it today. The Mother Road. The Main Street of America. The Will Rogers Highway. It has many names, but they all refer to US Route 66, which ran 2,448 miles from Chicago, Illinois, all the way to Santa Monica, California. From midwestern farmers […]