About Us

Ken Chester, Jr.

Roadworthy! - A weekly new vehicle review written by Ken Chester, Jr., President of Motor News Media Corporation. Ken introduces readers to new vehicles in an informative "Bottom Line" style that consumers can easily understand. Ken has been referred to as a "walking encyclopedia" concerning the numerous aspects of vehicle purchasing and negotiation.

Neal White

Hard Bargains - A used vehicle review of primarily domestic vehicles written by Neal White, Publisher of the Waxahachie (TX) Daily Light. This feature is designed to inform consumers about choices in an ever increasing selection of late model used cars, trucks, sport utilities and minivans. Neal's no-nonsense approach will inform your readers and draw used vehicle dealers to your classified pages. Neal's Garage - Neal introduces the reader to the latest technical features and gadgets developed by the automakers in terms easily understood by the average motorist. Neal also pulls back the curtain on show and concept cars/trucks/sport utility vehicles and minivans introduced by the world's automakers in order to give the reader a sneak peek of what the future holds for the American consumer. DateLine:Detroit - This is a monthly wrap up of current automotive industry news of consumer interest.

Phil Arendt

Ask Dr. Gizmo - Phil Arendt is a syndicated auto columnist and consultant providing services to companies such as Ford Motor Company, General Motors and State Farm Insurance. He is President of A+ Automotive Career Counselors, Inc., a consulting firm, and has more than 25 years of experience in the automotive field. He is a master automotive technician certified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). For more than 10 years, "Dr. Gizmo" columns have appeared in Chicago area newspapers and newspapers in 20 states.

Linda Myers

Linda serves Motor News Media in the capacity of Copy Editor. A 1988 Honors graduate of William Penn College, Oskaloosa, Iowa, Linda was a member of the honorary academic fraternity, Alpha Chi and was named in Who's Who in American Colleges in 1987. Myers joined the staff of the Oskaloosa (IA) Herald in 1987 as a correspondent, working as a reporter and then being promoted to Editor in January, 1989. As Editor, she received the Donrey Media Award for Overall Newspaper Design. The Confidential Bulletin, a publication of the Iowa Newspaper Association, featured her in March 1990. After leaving the daily grind of the newsroom, Myers taught high school journalism, psychology, and a variety of other subjects.