Tag Archives: Cotd

Comment of the Day: Washing Machine Edition

You should take care in all things, but especially when transporting heavy machinery on the roof of your SUV.

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Comment of the Day: Hold the Press Accountable Edition

Do as we say, not was we do.

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Comment Of The Day: Put The Shovel Down Edition

Sometimes, when you make a mistake, there’s no way of talking your way out of it. And in fact, the more you try to explain the deeper you dive into a hole of your own making.

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Comment Of The Day: My Cars Aren’t That Shitty Edition

Today we told the story of UK cops pulling over someone who was driving a headlight-less Peugeot 206, using vice grips as a steering wheel and a bucket as a seat. For the record, I would never do such a thing. Ever. Probably.

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Comment Of The Day: Holy Crap That’s A Lot Of Rust Edition

Today, I asked readers to describe the nastiest surprise they’ve ever found on a car after purchasing it. One commenter’s post is arguably a car-buyer’s worst nightmare. Prepare to cringe.

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Comment Of The Day: How To Use Your Headrest Edition

Do you use your car’s headrests? Some readers said yes, some said no, but you’re all going to want one if you’re in a crash.

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Comment Of The Day: Work Smarter Not Harder Edition

Fiat Chrysler may want to make the Fiat 500X more and more like a Jeep because Jeeps are selling like hotcakes. Yet as For Sweden notes, FCA already makes the car that they’re looking for: the Fiat Panda.

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Comment of the Day: Too Rad To Handle Edition

Are you rad enough, punk? Well, are ya?

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Comment Of The Day: American Cars Worthy Of Europe Edition

If you go to Europe, you will notice that there is a shockingly low number of American cars dotting the streets. There are hardly any pickup trucks, and it’s a real event if you see something like a Corvette or a Camaro. Do Europeans actually buy American cars?

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Comment Of The Day: Reading The Warnings Edition

We should probably be more worried about our colleague David Tracy than we are.

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