Looking for a New Domain Name

I thought I would put the word out that I am looking for a new domain name for this auto blog.  You might have seen that yesterday I have been online for 3 years, which is a big milestone for me.  Since this is such a big milestone I thought I would consider another buying another domain name so I can expand this blog.  Like a lot of people I choose a domain name because;

  1. It was available
  2. I thought it made sense
  3. It seemed catchy

While I still like the name “Adam's Auto Advice” I think that it doesn't reflect where I wan to take this blog as a site and it doesn't make sense.  Since it was available for the $10 registration fee it didn't seem like a big deal to me.  I think the name is catchy at least.  

So if you have a domian name that is auto related and would be ideal for this blog let me know.  I am mainly looking for these keywords in a domain;

  • Car / Cars
  • Auto / Autos
  • Motor / Motors

Preferably the domain should be two words and no longer than 15 letters long.  My budgets is $50 but I might go higher for the right domain name.  If you think you have something to offer please visit my contact page and let me know via email.  I am glad to take offers from domainers and any web entrepreneurs.

Changing to a new domain can be a challenging and exciting experience, but hopefully I am making the right choice.

Car Talk’s “Click and Click” Brothers are Calling it Quits After 25 Years

Ray and Tom Magliozzi of Car Talk

Well there is some surprising news in the automotive and media world today.  Tom and Ray Magliozzi who are the hosts of the very popular radio show “Car Talk” on National Public Radio (NPR) are calling it quits after more than 25 years on the air.  The news was confirmed on the Car Talk website via the staff blog in a posting entitled “Time to Get Even Lazier.”   The two brothers and hosts of the show stated they would not be continuing with the popular radio show.  They are also known as “Click and Clack the Tappet Brothers.”

“As of October, we’re not going to be recording any more new shows.   That’s right, we’re retiring.” declared Tom on the Car Talk blog.  The show will still have reruns though as Ray said, “Every week, starting in October, NPR will broadcast a newly assembled Car Talk show, selected from the best material in our archives.”

I am personally a huge fan of Car Talk and was very upset to hear this news.  I am sure lots of other people are as well.