China

The Worst Places in the World to Buy a Car

If you’re a car enthusiast, consider the countries mentioned in this episode as a list of places that you don’t ever want to live. Listen in as the CarStuff guys talk about some of the worst (and most expensive) places in the world to buy a car.

How Maglev Trains Work

It sounds like something straight out of science fiction -- gigantic train cars suspended inches above the ground by electromagnets, propelled hundreds of miles an hour down tracks that cost hundreds of millions of dollars.

How Ice Roads Work

Ice roads are more than just a clever way to truck supplies to isolated areas in the cold winter months. In fact, ice roads have played a meaningful role in history. Join Scott and Ben as they test the ice on this unusual method of transport.

The Borgward Story

In 1957, Borgward was Germany’s second-largest auto manufacturer, right behind Volkswagen. By 1961, the company was bankrupt. But, as you might have guessed, that’s not the whole story.

Chinese Car Collections

Scott and Ben have explored unusual car collections across the world, from the Middle East to the U.S. and Europe -- but what about China? Ride along with the guys as they cruise through some of the most opulent car collections in the Middle Kingdom.

Can you buy a car from a vending machine?

In the U.S., most people only see vending machines that sell snacks and beverages -- but that's not the case everywhere. Join Scott and Ben as they give you the facts on China's auto vending machine.

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