914 Blog Posts From the Eric Peters Tag


Presumptive vs. Actual Impairment

Presumptive vs. Actual Impairment

Yesterday, my buddy got into an accident. An actual accident — because it was one he could not have avoided. A minivan pulled out in front of him, struck his Jeep — which spun several times before ending up in a ditch. My buddy is largely unhurt — except for his heart. Because his Jeep, […]

2019 Chevy Sonic Review

2019 Chevy Sonic Review

Chevy’s second smallest car is also, as it turns out, one of its roomiest. It’s also less than half the price of Chevy’s smallest car — the Bolt electric car — and it goes twice as far, without having to wait nearly as long. This explains why GM (via the government) needs to pay people […]

Rat Bike Cleanup

Rat Bike Cleanup

Here’s a picture of “after”… the result of several days’ worth of OCD scrubbing and polishing my poor ol’ 1983 Honda GL650 Silverwing. This is the one bike I’ve got that I’ll ride in the rain — or at least risk riding in the rain. The others are garage queens that only go out when […]

2018 Mazda 6 Review

2018 Mazda 6 Review

How good a car is the Mazda6? Good enough to go without its six for four long years — and still sell better than it did when it offered a six. When Mazda redesigned this car back in 2014, it came out a wolf-whistle looker — easily the sexiest car in a classroom full of […]

Dracula and the Dawning Sun

Dracula and the Dawning Sun

Did you know that the percentage of new cars sales that are actually leases has risen from about 3-5 percent in the early-mid 2000s to more than 30 percent as of this year? It appears about a third of the population — about five times as many as used to be able to — is […]