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Everyday Driver
Everyday Driver Car Debate
The hosts of "Everyday Driver", Paul and Todd, get behind the microphone to answer questions and help viewers find the right car for their needs. Disagreement and debate are bound to happen. Along the way they discuss what goes on behind the scenes of their review films and other topics throughout the car industry.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 1,961 ratings
It’s fine.
The show is alright, but these guys are aggressively, intentionally vanilla as heck. Also, I strongly suspect they are somehow curating their reviews; we’ll see how long this one will last before they have it zapped.
El Kabong 17 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/09/22
Let’s be honest..
Liked it at first. Slowly realized they repeat the same commentary over and over again every show. I think they need some new material. This is in addition to Todd repetitively stating “let’s be honest” before every other comment he makes. He’s still better than Paul, who comes off as pretentious...Read full review »
d4nbu22 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/05/22
These guys are frauds!
Phantomark via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/15/21
Recent Episodes
Published 01/18/22
For Topic Tuesday, the guys are asked how to get the most out of your current car. If you’re limited by time and money, what are some ideas? Then, they debate which fun car to try next for Matt D. in PA, who already has a tool-for-the-job for everything. Social media questions ask if friends...
Published 01/18/22
The cheapest car you’ll ever own is the one that’s paid for – but Bruce B. asks if you should replace a paid-off car? Then, Adam in CO wants a mountain canyon carver while he waits for a 911 – what should he get in the meantime? Social media questions ask if more car companies should offer...
Published 01/14/22
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