Bill Owney, auto industry journalist

Episode 5 July 12, 2022 00:41:57
Bill Owney, auto industry journalist
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Bill Owney, auto industry journalist
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Show Notes

Between high gas prices, global supply chain problems and a new headline about electric vehicles practically every day, many people are thinking about what they drive.

It's the perfect time to check in with Bill Owney, who writes the Gazette's weekly “Test Drive” car review column.

Bill and host Karl Richter talked about the current car market, the future of EVs, how to cut your fuel bill, the new vehicles he loves and a lot more.

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