This week’s “How I Drive” highlights Car and Driver’s Contributing Editor Clifford Atiyeh. Clifford is into cars (would you have guessed it?), loves big dogs and has a passion for writing.
Meet Michael Harley–chances are you already have. With an extensive background in the auto industry, Mike is a car enthusiast to the core. After a decade-long stint as the West Coast editor of the popular website Autoblog, Mike jumped ship to spearhead the editorial content of the new car-shopping website AutoWeb.
We first met Mike in Germany on an international jaunt with Mercedes-Benz, and since then, we’ve enjoyed following both his weekly “sleds” in the driveway and automotive adventures from around the world. Learn more about Michael’s driving style below!
How I Drive | Autoweb editor-in-chief, Michael Harley
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Daily Driver: 1986 Porsche 930 White/black
Time Spent Driving/day: 1 hour
Road Most Traveled: Canyons
Driving Style in One Word: Enthusiastic
In-Car Must-Haves: Sunglasses; radar detector
Driving Tunes: I don’t listen to the radio.
Time-saving technique: Waze
Hanging from rear view: Nothing
Want to see more of our “How I drive” profiles? Check some out below! Whose profile do you want to see next?
- Nyree Wright of MSLGroup on behalf of General Motors
- Joe Miragliotta of Joe’s Daily
- FCA’s Allison Singer
- Javier Mota of Autoproyecto
- Andrew Ganz of Subaru PR
- William W. Hopper, car enthusiast
- TFL Car’s Emme Hall
- Ford’s Sheryl Connelly
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