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What’s the history of stop lights? What are some common myths about car dealerships? Join Scott and Ben as they take a closer look at all things automotive in CarStuff, a podcast by HowStuffWorks.com.
I tried to listen to this podcast. I can’t get past how the one host, Ben, knows absolutly nothing about cars. On top of this Ben is a mouth breather, and is very annoying to listen to. Last but not least, the topics aren’t very great. “What to take on a road trip”? “What should I do after an accident”? Seriously, this is more for people who don’t know how to drive than people that love cars. To put it easily, it was painful to listen to.
Get to the point already. Your talk about copcars was way too long and you could have included much more information that you left out if you just got to the point faster.
I’m sooooo glad this podcast isn’t some sort of testosterone induced, macho machanic, NASCAR-a-thon. It’s more like if you were to surf the web at random with an automotive theme! I especially liked the Death-proof car episode and the hybrid car/solor power car episodes. The crash test dummies episode was crazy! These are things I want to know about! And I actually like the dynamic of the hosts. The one guy is the car expert and the other guy asks him the questions. They’re likable, knowledgable and fun! I’m honestly inspired to try to fix my own car. Way to go HSW! I’m going to read up on how the starter on my car works now!
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