Izzy Weal is a 14-year-old quadruple amputee who is training to become a race car driver
In life, there are a handful of milestones: first words, first steps, first day of school. But when you miss out on a coming-of-age moment, it can feel pretty sucky.
By: Maya Chatterjee/ Open Orchard Productions Drowsy driving isn’t something we take the time to think about. Driving home late from…
I guess driving isn’t for everybody.
One thing I recall doing that I will never forget is when I drove my dad’s car for the first time
It seems like every other week we hear about another car crash involving teens. And as a rising junior this is going to be on mind when I take the drivers test.
Automakers have set up shop in Silicon Valley and are looking to the digital world as a way to lure younger drivers. Car companies are looking outside their industry to learn how make cars an extension of all the services Millennials already love.
It’s not just cars that Millennials question owning. Nearly any possession you can think of stopped being an “of course” and became a “hmmmm” for Millennials.
For the next few months, I’m planning to stay as far away from cars as possible.