Car Bibles is the prime resource for anyone looking to buy, drive, and maintain or modify their cars. It’s everything you need to know about automobile ownership and a guidebook to car culture.
For casual car owners and shoppers, Car Bibles stocks painless automotive advice and clear how-to explainers for all budgets and skill levels. This site will empower you to feel some confidence around that big lump of metal you need to get to work and school.
For those already deeply indoctrinated into automotive culture, consider us your new favorite resource for buying, maintaining, and upgrading enthusiast cars. You’ll also get our perspective on the current state of the automotive scene and candid rundowns of cool happenings in the car world.
Put simply: The primary objective of Car Bibles is to sift through the internet’s abyss of automotive knowledge to point out what’s good. Or at least help you avoid wandering into a thicket of factually questionable nonsense.
How We Curate Products
Car Bibles aggregates reviews and research from all over the internet to figure out which cars and products are worth buying. We also put out shopping guides to help you understand how to assess the value of these things on your own. Knowledge is horsepower!
Featured products are vetted in various ways:
- Real-World Experience: Some products are tested in-house or used in the field by our own staff.
- Expert Recommendations: Car Bibles consults subject matter experts on specific issues when prudent.
- User Reviews: Customer feedback helps us understand how something might last in the hands of its end user.
- Brand Reputations: Historical performance of a given brand or product gives us context for what to look for in the latest version of something.
- Sales Stats: The popularity of an item can be an indicator of whether or not something is worth further investigation or scrutiny.
We can’t put our own hands on every item available. But years of journalism, research, and product testing experience gives us the context we need to make prudent picks. Items that are used by our own staff may get earnest endorsements as well, but we’ll never take bribes or bonuses to sell you stuff we’re not actually excited about. Affiliate revenue is always disclosed.
And any time a company covers logistics for a product test or provides hardware for evaluation for free, you’ll see a full disclosure in the review.
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Meet The Team
Editor-In-Chief (Car Bibles)
Andrew’s an experienced writer, amateur mechanic, and off-road expedition guide with just a little racing experience. He also crashes a lot which he asked us not to mention but, I mean, come on. Anyway, you might have seen his work from his years as Jalopnik’s road test editor or spotted one of his crusty classics driving around Los Angeles. He’s particularly fond of tuner cars and old trucks.
Executive Editor, Informational Content (The Drive, Car Bibles)
Jonathon has jumped Aston Martins for Automobile Magazine, clocked 200 mph in a McLaren 720S for Playboy, and sampled his best life behind the wheel of a Ferrari Dino Evo for Road & Track. He’s hopelessly addicted to the strongest coffee he can brew. Please send him more.
Deputy Editor, Informational Content (The Drive, Car Bibles)
Tony has a thing for pop-up headlights. His first car was a $3,000 1996 Saturn SC2 Coupe, and his current project is a 1970 Opel GT junker. When he's not daydreaming about the Cadillac Sixteen, he's watching the Chicago Bulls go undefeated on TNT.
Contributor (Car Bibles)
Chris has owned 12 cars of questionable quality, is an experienced motorsports photographer, and a good all-around wrench. When he isn’t tinkering with his car in his home garage, you can catch Chris in the canyons around SoCal. He also hopelessly hankers for Euros, but he honestly knows he should get something Japanese, eventually.
Contributor (Car Bibles)
Kevin's been into cars his entire life, anything from the tiny kei cars in Japan, to the maybe not-so-good American barges of the 1980s. He's flipped more than 25 cars, only lost money twice, and has known how to make his dollar stretch as far as it can. If he ain't talking about cars, he's probably snacking on something sweet and cakey.
Contributor (Car Bibles)
Peter Nelson has been wrenching on and playing with cars since he started driving them quickly between the cones at Chicagoland autocross events in his late teens. Nowadays, he can be found wringing out his Mazda2 at tracks all over California. His writing background includes Winding Road, Donut Media, and Autolist.com. He's also an avid cyclist and '80s/'90s action film connoisseur.