Chances are if you've spent time reading about cars (particularly used cars), you've read a piece by Keith Griffin. Today we're peeking into his driving style.
This week’s How I Drive interviewee hails from DC, owns an automotive marketing company and also owns an interior design installation company. I’m talking about William West Hopper. William works closely with Be Car Chic editor Melanie as fellow members of WAPA (Washington Automotive Press Association). Let’s check out William’s DC driving style!
How I Drive | William West Hopper
Location: Washington, DC
Daily Driver: 2002 Chevrolet Astro Cargo Van, White, Restore
Time Spent Driving/day: it is a work truck so when it is needed
Road Most Traveled: All over
Driving Style in One Word: Controlled
In-Car Must-Haves: A/C
Driving Tunes: 80’s
Time-saving technique: Waze, back roads, and shortcuts
Hanging from rear view: Nothing, I hate distractions and tasteless decor
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