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5 Automotive Podcasts for Car Lovers

Podcasts are a great way to listen to what you want, when you want.

As Steve Pratt of Pacific Content said in a recent LinkedIn article, “Podcasts are to radio what Netflix is to TV.” Podcasts provide on-demand content that’s available with the tap of your finger through free third-party mobile apps.

From sports to business, lifestyle to literature, there’s a podcast for everyone — automotive enthusiasts being no exception!

In fact, we’ve compiled 5 of the top automotive podcasts for car lovers:

1. The Smoking Tire

Listen to Matt Farah, Zack Klapman, Chris Hayes, and Thad Brown talk with auto celebrities, professional drivers, comedians and others about all things automotive.

2. CarCast

Hosted by Adam Carolla and Matt D’Andria, CarCast is an automotive podcast and Internet video series that taps into the automotive space using an entertaining, comical approach.

3. CarStuff

Scott Benjamin and Ben Bowlin, both of HowStuffWorks.com, explore the myths, history, and facts you might have never known about cars…unless you listened to the podcast, of course.

4. Skidmarks Show

Join Jeff Allen and Ethan Demetrius as they bring you the best blend of rockstar and automotive topics. You won’t only learn about some awesome rides — you’ll also get the skinny on rock legends and celebrities across America.

5. The Dealer Playbook Podcast

Auto professionals and the public alike will enjoy this automotive podcast that shares tips and insights on how to succeed in business and life in general.

Did we miss one of your favorite automotive podcasts? Let us know in the comments!

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