In the late 1970s, a Jeep enthusiast named Mark A. Smith gathered several like-minded adventurers and set about on a wildly ambitious journey -- to drive from the tip of South America all the way to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. So how far did they get? Tune in to find out.
How can you tell when a repair is an easy, at-home project or a job for a seasoned mechanic? Join Scott and Ben as they take a closer look at the ins and outs of beginner car repair.
Services like Uber and Lyft have revolutionized the conventional taxi service -- could an app do the same thing with gas? Tune in to learn about the next big disruption in gas station models: companies that want to deliver gas straight to your tank.
This week, Scott and Ben bring back the Mystery Show with a twist: each of the guys has their own topic prepared, and the other one has no idea what’s coming.
In this episode, Scott and Ben return with an update on the opulent Gumball 3000, an exclusive rally involving supercars, supermodels and international partying. Tune in to learn more about this year's race, along with some of its notable cars and drivers.
The Gumball 3000 is no stranger to bizarre autos, but Caresto's Arkham car takes the cake. Learn how the custom coachmaker made a real-life, high-performance Batmobile.
In the 1950s, the Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow was on track to become the crowning jewel of the Canadian aviation industry. Yet in 1959 work on this delta-wing interceptor came to an abrupt – and surprising – halt. So what happened? Tune in as the guys explore the specs (and speculation) surrounding the Avro Arrow.
When Chevy first began experimenting with mid-engine, rotary-powered cars, they fully intended to bring the vehicles into production. So what happened? Tune in to learn more.
Who sold the first rental cars? Where did the rental car business begin, and how did today's rental companies get so darn big? Learn the answers to these questions and more as Scott and Ben delve into the history of rental cars.
You've seen them in countless movies -- windowless vans with suspicious floral branding, unmarked Crown Vics loitering on street corners -- but what is a surveillance vehicle? What should it do, and what makes it useful (or useless)?