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Real Wheels Live (Feb. 12)

Live online discussion with Real Wheels columnist Warren Brown about car-buying and the auto industry.

We upgrade phones every two years. But cars are different, leaving drivers without the latest tech.

You do not really need to buy your lunch at a drive-through.

The Toyota brand has bumped its last sick beat.

Depending on who you ask, it's either the perfect testing site, or a terrible one.

A reporter takes his hands off the wheel, even in snow. He also tried out summoning the car from its parking spot. The results were magical and scary.

Warren Brown warns of hubris among automakers — and drivers — in the face of Mother Nature.

In Detroit for the big auto show, Warren Brown says the real story isn’t on display.

Test drivers have intervened and prevented 13 crashes in California since September 2014.

Some say cameras are better than traditional mirrors, but government rules don't allow them.

Faraday Future made a splash, but the car is impractical.

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