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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As the title suggests, this is one of the best podcasts to consider if you are into automotive content. Both presenters are knowledgeable and genuine, as well as entertaining to listen to. You you don’t always get both in the automotive realm. It pairs well with their YouTube channels, or even a standalone.
These guys are the best. Love pod drop day!
Always entertaining and informative. So many good car recommendations!
I’m not going back in front anymore I’m sure I’ll get you a little while I’m done I’m in front garage I’ll get it later I’ll be in my house later in front
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Everyday Driver Car Debate launched 9 years ago and published 937 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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