How To Deal With Car Sickness

We’ve all been there as parents, passengers, or road trip drivers. The dreaded “I don’t feel too good..” from the back seat. Car sickness is something that can be dealt with fairly easily. A little preparedness, some knowledge, and a good idea of what causes it and can be done about it are key. Here’s what you need to know, plus some pro tips to get you through it.

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2020 Lexus NX 300 review

Aaron gets cleaned up and talks about a Lexus NX and why the F Sport model is probably worth skipping. The NX is Lexus’ aim towards small families and single parents and it hits the mark very well. Most of the time. Find out what Aaron thinks and what’s up with this luxury crossover.

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Truths and Lies with a Dodge Charger Hellcat and a Fiat 500X

Kristin and Aaron play a game of Truths and Lies with a couple of humdingers. Kristin has the Charger Hellcat Widebody in her corner, hitting Aaron with questions about it that he can’t Google for answers. Aaron returns with a 500X with some zingers that befuddle. Whose got answers? Lets find out.

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Behind the Scenes: Interview with Nathan of Speed-Photos

Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes at an event like the RedlineIce2020, where we took cars into the snow and ice to test their capabilities and safety? One of the people behind the scenes at a lot of automotive events and on YouTube channels like ours is photographer Nathan Leach-Proffer. Find out what his job entails, how much work is involved, and how he built his master-level skillset and honed the tools he uses to get the job done.

Nathan is a quiet mannered, laid-back guy with little fanfare for himself. Yet he’s photographed thousands of cars and trucks and his work has appeared on television, in print, and online. He’s one of the most well-respected automotive photographers in the business. Check him out at

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Race Instructor on the Ice Talking Snow Driving for Fun

At the #RedlineIce2020 event, we drove several vehicles from varied manufacturers on the snow and ice in Colorado to test safety systems. One of the people behind that event was Brian Peterson, a professional racer turned instructor who designed the courses we used to test those safety systems. And have a little fun. Because, well, sliding through the snow is a lot of fun when your sleigh has 300 horsepower..

Brian walks us through the process of planning the course, what they did to test their plans, and what kind of music he cranks while doing this sort of thing. Check it out!

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