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By on December 2, 2019

You’re back at work but it’s slow and the boss is still on vacation. Time to do some shopping. We’ve rounded up the best Cyber Monday deals for automotive here.

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By on December 1, 2019

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When it comes to the holiday shopping season, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just the beginning. So with that in mind, here are some gift ideas for the man and/or gearhead (gearheads of all genders, of course) in your life. Happy shopping!

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By on November 29, 2019

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Scroll down for our curated list of over XX of the Best Black Friday Deals from phone chargers to home speakers to vacuum cleaners. Amazon’s complete list of deals is here.

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By on November 29, 2019
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By on November 29, 2019

Tires

The turkey has settled. Now it’s time for your Black Friday shopping, and those tires on that car of yours are looking a little worn.

If you need rubber for the road, here are several Black Friday tire deals that will help your wallet.

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By on November 25, 2019

Black Friday is just around the corner, but that hasn’t stopped Amazon from launching thousands of deals ahead of time. You can get a jump start on your Holiday shopping this year without having to wait for Black Friday or Cyber Monday to come around.

Many automotive deals are already happening and if you’ve been patiently waiting for deep discounts on certain products, you’ve come to the right place. Below, you’ll find a list of the best early Black Friday automotive deals; check back often, as we’ll continue to update this list as more deals pop up.

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By on November 1, 2019

It’s Cyber Monday! Quick, while the boss isn’t looking, do some shopping! We’ve rounded up some of the best deals here.

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By on July 15, 2019

Amazon’s highly-anticipated annual shopping event, Amazon Prime Day, is finally here. This year, Amazon Prime Day starts on Monday, July 15 at midnight and runs for 48 hours. First launched in 2015, Amazon Prime Day has become “Black Friday in July” for online shoppers, with an astonishing number of products going on sale each year.

According to Amazon, Prime Day 2018 was a record-setting event for the company. Last year’s Prime Day saw sales surpass Cyber Monday, Black Friday, and previous Prime Days, when comparing 36-hour periods. That means Prime Day has become Amazon’s biggest shopping event in history, and 2019 will likely be bigger than ever. A total of 17 countries participated in last year’s Prime Day, with more than 100-million products purchased.

With more and more shoppers now subscribing to Amazon Prime, you’ll want to be ready for Amazon Prime Day 2019 if you want to take advantage of some deals before they sell out. Here’s your guide to everything you need to know about this year’s Amazon Prime Day, including some of the best deals for car owners. Check back often as we’ll be updating this page throughout Prime Day 2019 with more deals as they go live.

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By on June 6, 2019

happy father's day

From time to time, TTAC will highlight automotive products we think may be of interest to our community. Plus, posts like this help to keep the lights on around here. Learn more about how this works.


Listen up, ungrateful youngsters — dear old Dad has a special day coming up and you need to remember to get something for him. He’s brought you to hockey practice, bailed you out of the drunk tank, and deftly handled the gruff owner of a taxi company into one of whose cars you reversed into at 1:00 am the previous night. That last one was a suspiciously specific example. Anyway.

We’ve pawed through Amazon and found a few items that he’ll actually want, which means there will be no pen holders shaped like Mount Rushmore or loudly patterned ties on this list. Also, I’m a Dad myself, so I know what to look for. Now, get to reading this list before I count to 10 and turn this car around for good. Don’t make me come back there.

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By on April 24, 2019

best power inverters

From time to time, TTAC will highlight automotive products we think may be of interest to our community. Plus, posts like this help to keep the lights on around here. Learn more about how this works.


Take a quick look around the place where you are seated. Chances are there are several items that require electricity, most of which you can take along in a car. Your smartphone, the laptop, coffee pot … ok, maybe not the last one.

To address the demand for electrons, car maker have been busying themselves stuffing their machines with USB ports and 120V “household” outlets of various juice and amperage. Not every car gets it right, with some offering up only a single USB port to placate the yowling masses or placing the convenient outlet in a wholly inconvenient location.

Or, simply, your ride is old enough not to have any of these gee-whiz conveniences. Those of us choosing to roll around in a 1989 Lincoln Mark VII will find it difficult to plug in, as will gearheads who take their cherry 1970 Chevy Chevelle to the local car show. Even the lucky sods with a Integra Type R in their garage must do without mobile power.

Power inverters have been around for years, long before smartphones were surgically attached to us all, but back then they were largely the domain of people who spent a lot of time on the road and needed a jolt of power for preparing something to eat or powering up their (at the time) enormous laptop. Today, with all hands looking for a place to plug in—and not all cars providing the tools to do so—we thought it a good idea to round up a few examples of the best power inverters.

Just don’t brew coffee on the interstate, okay?

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By on October 18, 2013

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As part of a new free trade agreement due to be signed with the European Union, Canada will remove its 6.1 percent tariff on imported vehicles from the European Union, while the EU will remove its 10 percent duties on autos and and its 4.5 percent duty on parts.

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