Listen to the excellent stories behind students’ cars and a few tip and trick you can apply down the road!
Listen to these Pumas tell their cars' stories and a brief clips of their amazing engine noise.
Junior Luke Shank's '79 Chevy C/K
Junior Jakob Shapiro's '99 Ford Mustang GT
Junior Andrew Drake's 2008 Mazda Miata MX-5
Cars aren’t just for driving. Not just for getting to school or work, for picking up groceries. They’re not just tools. Who says they have to be practical, fuel efficient, or even aerodynamic?
For so many, our cars are more than that. Even at our own high school, a unique and diverse car culture exists, from classic muscle to modern JDM-style cars. You’ll even run across a few equipped for ...
Know your price range. Not only does knowing your price range give you a good place to start, but it also keeps your head out of the clouds. You don’t want to find a nice car with everything you love, only to find it’s a few hundred, or even thousand more than you had planned to spend.
Know what you want– make a list of any features, options, or trim levels you want on you...
5 skills every teen driver should learn for the road
Change a Tire
Changing a flat is the most fundamental and basic of car repairs, and the most important. You shouldn’t have to call someone just to come and do something you can do on your own in a matter of minutes. Keep in mind where you pull off: never stop in the middle of traffic. If it means driving for a mile with your hazards on at 20 to find a safe pull-off, by all means, please do so.