About Scott Huntington

Scott Huntington is an Automotive YouTuber and writer who loves cars, sports, and business. Follow him on Twitter @SMHuntington or email scottmhuntington@gmail.com.
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How to Prevent Car Theft

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Cars are an investment — not counting the potential money loss if you’re left without transportation and can’t get to work. Unfortunately, that investment also makes them a target for thieves, especially if you’ve spent your money on a sports or luxury car. If you’re worried about your car, there are steps you can take […]

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The Worst-Rated Cars and Why You Shouldn’t Buy Them

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Journalists make it known when they like a car, but what if you disagree? BMW’s 3-series spent a decade dominating Car and Driver’s 10Best list when many competitors in the sports sedan category were, in fact, excellent cars in their own right. Is it unwise to risk buying against the advice of the automotive media? […]

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Video: 9 year old kid rides motorcycle in steel cage at Shippensburg Fair

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Ah, the Shippensburg fair. There are two good reasons to go. The food, and the animals. And ok, maybe a little bit of people-watching. But seriously, look at this delicious stuff. A blooming onion with fire-house sauce, and 3-alarm chicken. Dang good. We stuffed ourselves silly, pet some goats, and were on our way out […]

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Electric Cars Are Not Perfect Energy Sources: The Dangers Of Electrocution

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Today’s article comes from Vania Silva.  In an effort to find the perfect solution for vehicle energy efficiency, automakers and consumers alike have been turning to electric and hybrid cars for some time. While quite popular and innovative, these vehicles are nonetheless causing unforeseen hazards. Firefighters and first responders to electric and hybrid vehicle accidents […]

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