2023 Lexus GX 460 Luxury Review & Test Drive : Automotive Addicts


2023 lexus gx 460 luxury

On occasion, I find myself reviewing somewhat aged “new” vehicles like the Lexus GX 460, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing considering it remains to be one of the most reliable vehicles on the road. However, that reliability comes with the fact that the current generation GX has been around for over 12 years now. Lexus continues to keep the GX around because there’s a dedicated fan base for its antiquated platform that touts a rugged body-on-frame architecture and a proven V8 drivetrain.

Performance and Driving Character

Despite the idea of the Lexus GX 460 being long overdue for a complete redesign, it remains to be a simplistic approach to what today’s crossovers and SUVs have turned into. With that, the Lexus GX 460 continues to be powered by a rather older 4.6-liter V8 engine that outputs a consistent 301 horsepower and 329 lb-ft of torque through an old

The Real Dangers Of A Tire Blowout : Automotive Addicts


There is nothing more alarming than one of your vehicle’s tires blowing out when you are on the road. It is dangerous to you, the people in your vehicle, and everyone around you. A blown tire can easily cause an accident, which could be much worse if the blown tire is on a truck. 

What Causes a Tire Blow Out?

Most truck accident attorneys will tell you that there are seven common causes of tire blowouts.

1. Over-inflation and Under-inflation

Over-inflated tires are often uneven. When a tire is over-inflated, it may wear down faster than it would if it had the appropriate amount of air. When tires wear down, it can cause a blowout to happen.

Under-inflated tires can become overheated easily, which can cause a blowout. The tire pressure monitoring system in the vehicle should tell the driver if their tires are properly inflated.

2. Worn Out

Connected insurance can incentivise safer driving

Philip van der Wilt explores how insurance companies can work with connected operations to harness the power of data and incentivise safer driving

When it comes to driving for a living, nothing is more important than road safety. Which explains why fleets continue to invest considerable time and resources to protect their drivers and other road users. Despite this, recent UK government statistics revealed that road collisions involving deaths and serious injuries caused by vans, trucks and buses have returned to pre-pandemic levels. This may go some way to explain why fleet managers are turning to modern technology and utilising real-time data to improve driver safety.

Creating safer roads through the use of technology

Dash cams have long been used to capture incidents on the road with the footage used to see exactly who is at fault. Today, though, those cameras can now be connected to the cloud to send

Safe Driving Tips for All-Terrain Vehicles : Automotive Addicts


If you own an all-terrain vehicle or are thinking of purchasing an ATV, it is imperative that you know how to operate the vehicle safely, to protect yourself and others.

So, check out the following safe driving tips.

Always Take Your Phone with You

You should always make sure you take your cell phone with you when operating an ATV so that you can call for help should you be involved in an accident.

That is particularly important if you are heading out to a rural area by yourself.

If you are involved in an accident, make sure you seek medical attention as soon as possible. Even if you do not have any visible injuries, you could have something unnoticeable like internal bleeding or a traumatic head injury with no symptoms, so never skip getting checked out by a medical professional.

And if you are injured in an ATV

2023 GMC Sierra 1500 AT4X Review & Test Drive : Automotive Addicts

2023 gmc sierra 1500 at4x

In the world of trucks, there’s quite a battle in the area of rugged pickups that attempt to balance a delicate act of offering luxurious interior appointments and off-road capabilities. In such a delicate act, automakers have gone the extra distance to pay special attention to unique trim levels within their lineup to give consumers what they want, and now it seems they can have it in trucks like the new GMC Sierra 1500 AT4X.

The GMC Sierra 1500 AT4X is a new trim that was introduced for the 2022 model year, which now gets the availability of an AT4X AEV Edition (American Expedition Vehicles) that further enhances the off-roading capabilities of such a truck with specialized equipment. Having the 2023 GMC Sierra 1500 AT4X this week, while it doesn’t have the AEV Edition equipment, is a welcoming experience in witnessing what GM has to offer for their off-roading 4×4