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Car Talk Where Are They Now?

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Around the middle of 2012, public radio said farewell to perhaps the most successful show in the history of the medium. The Car Talk radio show was a phenomenon… the unlikely pairing of automotive call in advice and humor. And Tom and Ray Magliozzi were a bit of a puzzler themselves. Two Boston mechanics with degrees from MIT, taking questions about car problems on the radio? The concept alone was worth listening in. But the innate charm, self deprecating humor, and absolutely spot on automotive diagnoses provided by Tom and Ray (a.k.a. Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers) proved to be a public radio sensation, and faithful listeners tuned in every weekend for 25 years, until last year, when the Magliozzis announced their retirement from live broadcast. As saddened as fans were, they were bolstered by tw

Learning From Car Talk Shows

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Car talk shows provide both instructional advice and timely news about the world of cars and car repair. In fact, some car talk radio shows have inspired books and other collectibles based on their content. Finding new information and resources in the car talk credits can also be an excellent source of your auto repair education. For some, listening to the car talk show is an extension of their hobby for car repair and experimentation. For others, listening to a car talk show can be their primary source of auto repair help. Either way a good show can serve both the beginner and the expert auto aficionado. For the expert, a car talk show can get into the nuances of performance and optimization. There are individuals that are constantly striving to make their cars perform at the highest possible level. Someti