Alex Roy’s Rules of Speeding, Part 4: Mexicali Ditchweed & Pablo’s Finest Yayo

18 Dec

Alex Roy's LiveDriveRepeat

The majority of articles about speeding are worthless. The basic advice is to get a radar detector. The rest is about what to do after you’re caught. That’s like asking your not-quite-as-dumb-as-you-are cousin for help after your off-brand condom broke and your girlfriend got knocked up.

Read the rest over at The Drive…

Alex Roy’s Rules of Speeding ROUNDUP So Far

16 Dec

Alex Roy's LiveDriveRepeat

My series on the Rules of Professional Speeding continues over at The Drive, with Part 4 coming in the next day or two. In case you aren’t up to speed, here are the prior stories in the series:

The Harsh Truth Behind Speeding
The Rules of Professional Speeding, Part 2
The Rules of Professional Speeding, Part 3: Why Seventies Porn is Better

Enjoy.

Alex Roy’s Rules Of Speeding ROUNDUP

2 Dec

Alex Roy's LiveDriveRepeat

Want to know how to drive 100+mph all the time without getting caught? My first two articles on professional speeding over at The Drive have been my most popular articles of all time. Check out #1 “The Very Harsh Truth Behind Speeding” and #2 “The Rules of Professional Speeding.”

Much, much more is coming. Soon.

Did Tesla’s Autopilot Just Save Two Lives?

28 Oct

Alex Roy's LiveDriveRepeat

Looks like at least two people are lucky to be alive. I’m not sure how much of this was Tesla’s Autopilot or merely the recently updated Automatic Braking System, but it’s a win-win-win for Autonomous safety systems. What really happened here? Check out the video below: Continue reading

Why AWD Is Like Wearing A Condom To A Gunfight: This Article Will Save Your Life

28 Sep

Alex Roy's LiveDriveRepeat - Winter Tires

I can’t remember how many times a friend has bragged to me about their brand new SUV. Especially annoying are those who brag about having bought the “special edition,” usually named after a long-dead explorer who probably froze to death, or some guy who invented a piece of clothing too expensive for explorers. That’s the funny thing about explorers, and people who risk their lives in general. They don’t care about brands or special editions. They only care about what works. Continue reading