4 Auto Discovery Experts You Should Subscribe to

1. “Getting to know you: Creating a car worth having” — David Lee Miller

This is a hands-on two-hour master class with all of the tools of the trade. Apply these principles to any car, truck or van, and this will make the purchasing process simpler and possibly more profitable.

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2. “Springsteenize Your Auto Tune” — Jacques Engel

New York: Every top-40 artist has an ear-catching song, but few songs are as engaging as rock legend Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the U.S.A.” Next, go to any bar in your area and employ your own style to mash together your favorite garage rockers. Whether you’re a full-blown jam session or the perfect pop crossover, Rock ‘n Roll Garage Tune is up to the challenge.

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3. “Mycaravan.com: Side by Side” — Carlos Miecianche

Pittsburgh: When it comes to traveling with the kids, road trips always get second billing. With Mycaravan.com’s new mega-conversation series, it’s no longer the burden of planning a quick road trip to the aquarium that’s important. Authors Carlos Miecianche and Libby Berry show you just how you can make road trips you and your brood want to do in the near future.

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4. “Too small? Guess who finally wants a new car…” — Rich Leitner

Los Angeles: Since the advent of personal computing, everyone’s got his or her own mouse-centric obsession, and that’s no different for the Internet, radio and driving enthusiast. Rich Leitner’s second annual, extreme AMA Street Weatherette: Truck Issues, will showcase the equipment and drivers that help keep the streets the way they are (no matter how small!) When you’ve already got the mouse skills and XBoxes you can go and have what you want.

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5. “American Idol: Season 11” (Brett Loewenstern, Alessia Cara)

Seattle: Don’t know any Alessia Cara fans? Join the club! Prepare to be blown away by the young pop artist’s contributions, and prepare to have your ears twisted, stirred and stirred up by those who follow other artists’ work (what makes those records? How do they sound?) As co-host of “American Idol: Live” and “American Idol: Best of Season 11,” Brett Loewenstern is the “producer” of the show. His experience includes a myriad of jobs in the music business. As a music journalist for more than a decade, Brett has written for magazines like Rolling Stone, Billboard and New York magazine. Give it a look, and do your best to judge this story on its own merits!

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If you do choose to subscribe, it’s more than just buying a product; this service allows you to choose from over 900 titles, to decide among 100 content categories, to custom-program your recommendations and more! Don’t know what you like? Get off your ass, hit the recording button, and create your own custom playlist. From the best things to know before you go out on the carpool to the best songs to listen to on a drive, you’ll have it all!

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