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It's a Lux, Lux life

Posted by AskPatty - Automotive Advice for Women at Sep 11th, 2008 8:00am

Lux Oregon native Cindi Lux made quite a splash over Labor Day weekend in the motor city. Lux, started 13th at Belle Isle, but managed to launch quite a defense -- by wheeling the No. 2 Team Mopar Dodge Viper Competition Coupe towards the front of the field. Lux, the 12-time road racing champion, fought the best of the best to grab her fourth top-10 this season. But getting top-10's is almost old hat for Lux. "From a driver's point ...


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My Weekend with Audi and the Girls

Posted by AskPatty - Automotive Advice for Women at Jul 1st, 2008 2:37pm

Last month, Audi invited me to join them and a group of women and a few male journalists for a weekend of fun, networking and the best part: to test drive the Audi A4 for a long country drive through wine country in Northern California and at Infineon Raceway. The weekend included a stay at the St Regis in San Francisco, Yoga lessons, wine tasting, and a visit to Solage, a top-rated spa and a chaffered tour of Napa Valley ...


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Don't Break Down on Labor Day Weekend: Things to Try Before Calling AAA

Posted by AskPatty - Automotive Advice for Women at Sep 2nd, 2007 8:32am

Ask Patty prez Jody DeVere recently did a podcast with Greg Grimer of Voices in Business. Greg mentioned he had some tips for the long weekend - and how to avoid hefty tow charges over Labor Day. by Greg Grimer Flat Battery – Your car battery can become flat in several ways. The charging mechanism, called an alternator, can become worn over time and stop charging the battery, (though normally a battery ...


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Woman Car Buyer Speaks!

Posted by AskPatty - Automotive Advice for Women at Nov 6th, 2006 8:49pm

This weekend I went car shopping and experienced the quintessential difference between what is an good car sales person and a poor one - on the same lot within 5 minutes. I've already decided that I'll be going back to Toyota after a 10 year fling with GM; at 100,000 miles my Grand Am is breaking down with new ailments each week. The Corolla I had prior to that, however, went for 135,000 with not a hint of ...


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