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When conducting our daily edition of “Smartest Person in the QC,” we’ve heard patterns developed.  For example, just about every question we ask, apparently, can be answered (incorrectly) with “toilet paper,” or “bottle of water.”  Also, any question we ask about knowledge the younger generations doesn’t have is ALWAYS answered (incorrectly) with “balancing a checkbook” or “drive a stick shift.”  Ah, the stick shift.  Technically, a standard transmission.  For all intents and purposes today?  A “Millennial Anti-Theft Device.”

Seriously, if want to save money on car alarms and hidden cameras, just order your next vehicle with a stick.  Our son is twenty one.  He couldn’t get a straight drive out of the garage if his life depended on it.  Apparently, these idiots featured in the video below are in his same class.  According to the video, Detectives from the Montgomery County Department of Police-Major Crimes Division have arrested and charged a 16-year-old juvenile from Rockville and a 17 year-old juvenile from Washington D.C. for a strong-arm carjacking.”

Oh, they had the “strong-arm” thing down to a science.  It’s the next part, the actual “carjacking” that is SEVERELY lacking.  This vehicle was equipped with a standard transmission therefore, success was not an option.  Check it out below.  It’s never not going to be funny.  I’ve got to imagine that as soon as the vehicle’s owner got over his initial traumatic adrenaline rush, he HAD to start laughing out loud, right?  I wish I could hear the 911 call where he’s laughing while telling the cops someone tried to steal his car.

This Car Brand is the Most Popular in North Carolina

Making a big life decision like purchasing a car is no easy task. After selling my 98′ Jeep, I began my search for a new vehicle. The hardest part of the process was figuring out which car brand I liked.

The automotive industry made headlines earlier in the year around a shortage of Lamborghinis due to pent-up demand. It was also one of the first to recover in life after the pandemic. On the whole, the automotive industry has witnessed a 5% increase in customer visits.

Top Agency analyzed GPS tracking data of millions of customers to dealerships of 37 car brands in the US. The results reveal interesting findings which include each city’s preferred choice of car, the overall winner across the country, as well as how your favorite car brands are faring in each city. Check out what car brand is North Carolina’s favorite below. We also included some additional state favorites.

  • Top 5 Car Brands Per City

    While Ford retains the top spot in 21 cities, Tesla is the only car brand that comes close to it by claiming the top spot in 2 major cities. On the whole, there is quite a lot of variety when it comes to each city’s favorite car brand.

  • Atlanta, Georgia

    Atlanta, Georgia

  • Charlottesville, Virgina

    Charlottesville, VA

  • Tampa, Florida

    Tampa, FL

  • Raleigh, North Carolina


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