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It’s that time again…

I try to limit these appeals, but they’re occasionally necessary and this is one of those occasions.

Very necessary.

With about ten days left in the month, we’re about two-thirds in the red. Take a look at the pie chart on the main page, which updates as donations come in.

I understand times are tough, but if you like what goes on here and want to see it continue going on, please consider throwing a few bucks in the can. EPautos has more readers and page views than ever, but it’s an ongoing struggle to keep the whole thing afloat.

Your support will help keep the lights on, the coffee pot hot.

If for no other reason, do it to annoy the Clovers out there!

Our donate button is here.

 If you prefer to avoid PayPal, our mailing address is:

721 Hummingbird Lane SE
Copper Hill, VA 24079

PS: EPautos stickers are free to those who sign up for a $5 or more monthly recurring donation to support EPautos, or for a one-time donation of $10 or more. (Please be sure to tell us you want a sticker – and also, provide an address, so we know where to mail the thing!)EPautoslogo





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  1. To your post Crippling Technology I have two vehicles to compare with you 1971 VW Bug very little technology getting between 30 to 36 mpg and a 2003 Chrysler Concorde that has all the latest technology of that time getting 24 to 30 mpg. The VW can seat 4 people uncomfortable and the wheelbase is much smaller than the Chrysler that can seat 5 comfortably! They both have approximately 175,000 mile on the odometer. I believe that proper maintenance made at the properly established time scheduled according to the manufacturer is the important factor combined with the proper investigative actions to take when purchasing your vehicle in the first place will always give back what you wanted in the first place!


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