CNET Roadside Assistance 007: Rear wheel drive and rear view cams Video
Welcome to CNET Roadside Assistance, the show were the Car Tech guys take some time to respond to your queries and highlight your comments. This week, Nissan and Mazda's performance cars go head-to-head, a BMW driver wants help steering clear of iDrive, and LOL cars are back.
Skipping CDs, navigation CDs do you even need CDs at all these days? We'll let you know all about it, but first I'm about to totally nerd out about all-wheel drive systems. This is the 14th episode of CNET Roadside Assistance for Thursday, the 26th of May 2011 and I am Antuan Goodwin alongside Senior Editor Wayne Cunningham. This is the show where the car tech guys take a moment to answer your emails and highlight your comments.
This week we recommend an unlikely luxury sedan, discuss the finer details of what's happening behind the scenes with your car's tech, and--depending on who you ask--perhaps put another nail in the coffin of conventional rear seat entertainment.
Rear-view cameras are becoming more and more visible on new model cars, but what does the law say about this technology?
What car stereo should you get when your premium audio system goes kaput? What's a good slow car for a college student who wants to go fast? The Car Tech get to the bottom of these questions on this week's episode of CNET Roadside Assistance.
A car key that can control your teens, a rear door that opens with the wave of a magic foot, and a navigation system that teaches you how to drive more efficiently.
We've got suggestions for those who want more VTEC, try to help a guy with too many gadgets, and find out what happens when tech worlds collide on this week's episode of CNET Roadside Assistance.
Welcome to CNET Roadside Assistance, the show were the Car Tech guys take some time to respond to your queries and highlight your comments. This week we look at bench seats, downshifting, and how E85 is no good.
There's an Easter Egg in Hyundai's color codes, what's the point of all of this advanced engine tech anyway, and where do we go for our DIY car maintenance needs? We get to the bottom of these questions and more on on this week's episode of CNET Roadside Assistance. I'm Antuan Goodwin alongside Wayne Cunningham, Stephen Beacham at the controls.
If your parking skills leave something to be desired, consider a car with sensors to warn you of nearby objects or rear-view cameras to show you what's right behind your vehicle.