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New Book For Driving Enthusiasts: "Never Stop Driving"


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The demise of the love for driving and cars has been greatly exaggerated.

In fact, every day countless millions of Americans – including your readers, of course - still find relief from their over-connected, stressed-out lives by just going for a drive, taking a road trip vacation, or simply by working on their cars. Now, a new book posits why driving your car is a form of mechanical Zen, where you’re truly being “in the moment.”

With glorious photography and sharp writing, Never Stop Driving: A Better Life Behind the Wheel (Motorbooks, July 23, 2019) author and auto journalist Larry Webster – along with an A-list cadre of other top automotive journalists - presents the case for the mental and social benefits of driving and engaging with automobiles. It also shows you—from dreaming about a car to living with it—how to jump in and get the most from your machine. “The book is essentially a love letter to the art and act of driving,” says Webster. “With driverless cars on the horizon, it’s worth celebrating the fact that for many people there are enormous benefits to simply taking a drive in the country or getting dirty under the hood.”

Like no other book out there, Never Stop Driving shines a light in a new and profound way on why we find these machines so captivating and why, as a nation, our love affair with cars and car culture is certain to thrive long after the advent of the autonomous age.