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SPECIAL VIDEO FEATURE: "Never Stop Driving" - The Story Behind the Hagerty Book

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Publishers Note: In 1995, when we first published the online version of The Auto Channel, there was no talk or even a thought of ever having to consider giving up our freedom of mobility and the many pleasures of driving, in exchange for a robotic ride controlled by a bundle of (made in China) silicon valley invented chips and a fear of the implementation of a government run "Central Traffic Control Administration" who will have the political power and technical ability to “make us safer” by eliminating our hard earned freedom of mobility.

Those of you who are regular readers of The Auto Channel know that for the past few years the children from the digital world, along with a push from China; the backing of investment bankers; and misplaced enthusiasm of dumb politicians; have been pushing the adoption of "Autonomous Vehicles"...transportation appliances meant to eliminate personal vehicle ownership and replace Driving with Riding.

In the hope to counter the overwhelming autonomous and EV propaganda, The Auto Channel management has decided to feature "The Auto Channel; Enjoy The Drive" editorial philosophy and spotlight Great Drives in Great Car articles with which to rekindle and stimulate the daydreams of experienced drivers and awaken the appetites of those modern youngsters who have never experienced just how exhilarating and fulfilling the freedom of a Great Drive in a Great Vehicle on an open road can be... enjoy!

The Auto Channel is proud to present a wonderful video feature produced and directed by Mark Ducker of Wild Road Pictures.

The video describes how and why Hagerty Insurance published "Never Stop Driving," a new book by Hagerty magazine Editor-In-Chief Larry Webster. The book is intended to foster an anti-autonomous sentiment and reinforce the notion that each of us has a right to guide our own life behind the wheel... a sentiment that The Auto Channel wholeheartedly concurs with.