If you are new to Wheels-Alive, welcome! I hope you enjoy exploring our automotive magazine website, and discover aspects of interest to you.
On the other hand, if you are already familiar with our website, and like what we do, terrific; thanks for staying with us on our journey.
Either way I hope that it will be very evident that I, and everyone on the Wheels-Alive team, are absolutely passionate about cars and motoring. New features are added very frequently (and occasionally we cover wheeled vehicles other than cars!).
It was in the mid-2000s that I had the idea of setting up Wheels-Alive as an individualistic motoring magazine website, to cover a wide range of automotive subjects comprehensively, with real enthusiasm, for all to enjoy, and to help anyone get more from their motoring.
After years of planning and preparation work, my dream finally came to fruition in 2013. (To see why and how the website was conceived, please see my original introduction to the site, by clicking HERE).
I’m delighted to say that Wheels-Alive has been very well-received, and that our followers continue to grow in number. I’m grateful for all the positive messages and kind words received from enthusiastic readers/viewers.
From the initial website, set up with great help from my colleague and pal Kevin Slater (thanks Kevin), Wheels-Alive has grown in terms of subjects covered, contributors and readers; thanks to everyone involved.
I am fortunate to have been pointed in the direction of Ash Whitney, proprietor of ‘WiredupWales’ (www.wiredupwales.com), to help to take us forward, and I’d like personally to thank Ash for his patient, excellent assistance in setting up the revamped Wheels-Alive, and keeping it on the road. Thanks also to Robin Roberts for recommending Ash, to Dave Moss and to my family, for moral support generally in progressing the latest phase of this website!
I do hope that you will enjoy travelling into the future with Wheels-Alive; so sit back, fasten your seat belt and let’s go!
While you are accelerating into the website, I should add that it includes articles on new cars, classics (including driving features on vehicles from the past), ‘Motoring for Fun’, technical aspects and looking after your car – and more.
To help you get more from your visits to Wheels-Alive, and to enable you to find specific articles of interest to you (as there is much more within the site than the ‘recent posts’ on the Home Page), please click HERE.