Evan Writes Cars
I love cars, I love to read, and I love writing. So now I drive cars and then I write about them. Sometimes it’s on the road, but it could be on the track, in the dirt, or chasing cones in a parking lot. Reviews, insights, experiences and stories. I’m always up on the latest in automotive news and innovations, and I could tell you what car to buy, but let’s face it, you’ve already decided.
A Little Bit About Me
I grew up in New Brunswick but came to Halifax about almost 20 years ago. I got my license the first day I could, and I learned to drive in a blizzard. I’m a mechanical engineering technologist by education but am pursuing my dream to be an automotive journalist. I know cars, I know technology, I know how the two work together. I like to create, fix and do things with my hands, and I am always trying to figure out how things work. I spend my days reading, writing, driving, working on my cars, racing my cars, and competing in time speed distance rallies with my navigator-for-life.
I’ve written for autoTRADER.ca, autoguide.com, exhausted.ca, hybridcars.com, wheelwell.com, and more, and I’d love to work with you.
When I picked up the 2017 Volkswagen Alltrack, it didn’t make any sense to me. Why would anyone want a Golf wagon that was lifted an inch? Why do grey fender flares and mirror caps justify a price hike of $1,500 over a Sportwagen? Sure Subaru’s been doing this formula...
The Hyundai Veloster is a strange car that, much like the young drivers it is aimed at, seems to have trouble deciding exactly what it wants to be. It's a coupe, but it has a hatch. It's a two door, except that one side has an extra door. It's supposed to be sporty,...
The introduction of the hatch, combined with the diesel engine announced for early next year, is also a direct shot at the head of the hatch class, the Volkswagen Golf, which no longer has the popular diesel option. Read More: (via autoTRADER.ca)
Have Keys. Will Drive.
Are you looking for someone to produce content for your auto-related needs. I'm happy to take things for a spin.
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