We welcome our new friend (whose name may-or-may-not be Sohan) to talk about his thoughts on EVs and the impact they will have on enthusiast motoring in the future. Dawn on the Autobahn tackles numerology in the world of cars and road-tripping, and Amanda has great advice for how to leverage OCD to detect credit card fraud. What’s Grinding Mickey’s Gears this week? (Besides his nun issues, that is.) Drivers who get indignant over horns honked in self defense. In listener mail, Robert Drake asks for advice on how to find the best tow-truck when you don’t have AAA. And, Dave challenges us with road trip trivia about who made the first cross country road trip in the USA and when?

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On Valentine’s Day, we welcomed Mary Williams to discuss the role of the “art car” in Culture Collision, and her Nissan Frontier’s evolution into an homage to Damian Hirst. Our friend Cathy Poley joins us to tell her worst car story, the death of a Chevy Caprice known as the Flying Nunmobile. Ben Takes a Moment to appreciate the humble snow plow. And we learn what was the reasoning behind the name “Olds 442.” #artcarmuseum #grittertracker

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We welcome Dan Greg, author of the Road Chose Me. In That New Car Smell, Ben talks about changes to the Lotus car line. Yellotus update: Ben may have solved the oil leak problem. Our guest Dan has driven the Pan American highway and circumnavigated Africa in a Jeep Wrangler! Dave has a serious schoolgirl crush on Dan, and thinks the Jeep build-out is serious engineering porn. In the News, Dawn and the panel chat about the accelerating move towards EVs at major auto manufacturers. Our friend Beth asks the team if we’ve ever done a show on the auto-cutoff feature, and we explore the wear-and-tear of it. And, Mickey challenges the team to identify who invited the modern 3-point seatbelt in Trivia Challenge.

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