Car Bibles is an ancient car site fresh off a resurrection and I’m thrilled to finally share it with you. If you love cars and want to get the most out of your machine without spending all your money, you’re going to like what we’ve done with the place. And for those of you who just need simple car questions explained in plain English, we’re here for you too.
As you might know if you follow me on Twitter, I came to The Drive‘s media group from Jalopnik at the end of last year. My mission: To revamp Car Bibles from a parking lot of product reviews into a cool and fun editorial site people like you will actually want to read every day. Thanks to the help of some new youngblood car writers I can’t wait to introduce you to, I think we’re off to an exciting start!
The elevator pitch I’ll be spamming all over the internet is pretty simple:
Car Bibles now exists to help you have a great car even if you can’t spend 10,000 hours (or $10,000) on it. As our library of new stories grows, this site will explain how get the most value and joy from cars, stoke automotive enthusiasm, and consolidate knowledge that makes car repair accessible to the masses.
You can get the full welcome-rundown in my previous post (clicky click me to read that) but I want
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