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Car Test Drive Expert ( Twitter )

An automotive enthusiast for most of his adult life, Aaron has worked in and around the industry in many ways. He is an accredited member of the International Motor Press Association (IMPA) and of the Rocky Mountain Automotive Press (RMAP) and freelances as a writer and journalist around the Web and in print.  His writing ranges from do-it-yourself (DIY) mechanics to coverage of design as well as a look at future powertrain technologies.  He has experience over the road as a professional truck driver and has test driven vehicles ranging from full-sized, 80,000 pound tractor-trailer rigs to tiny Fiat 500 city cars.

His first car was a 1984 Toyota Corolla which he called “The Golden Yoda.” Aaron often drove the car well beyond manufacturer’s intended limits, including a stint once to see how fast it would go in reverse. The cop that pulled him over said he was doing 17 mph.

His dream cars are a Mercedes-Benz Unimog, preferably from the 1960s or 1970s, and a Citroen 2CV (Deux Chevaux).


Digital Media Producer ( EmailFacebook )

Jimmy writes and produces comics and videos for iSeeCars. He has more than 10 years of experience in video production, and he also writes the popular webcomic They Can Talk.

His first car was a Buick Electra.  It was more comfortable than it was safe, with leather seats and a knack for losing its brakes.


Car Test Drive Expert ( Twitter )

John Goreham is a life-long car nut and recovering engineer. In addition to reviews and opinion stories, John likes to cover green vehicle and vehicle safety topics. In the early 1990s, he was part of a team that built a solar-electric race car from scratch. For 20 years he applied his engineering and sales talents in the high tech and bio-pharma industries, and published numerous articles in technical journals such as Chemical Processing Magazine. In 2008 he retired from that career and dedicated himself to chasing his dream of being an auto writer.

John has owned a number of fun cars, including a Mazda Miata, Toyota Supra, Honda Civic Si and Lexus IS 350 convertible. His current rides include an ’07 Highlander and ’16 Forester. Fun fact: John’s first new vehicle purchase, a 1990 Mitsubishi Mighty Max, came with roll-up windows and no radio.


The Car Doctor ( Twitter )

John is the AAA Car Doctor, he has been writing and talking about cars for more than 30 years. He also hosts the Car Doctor radio program on WROL radio in Boston and has evaluated thousands of vehicles.

Over the years, John has owned a variety of weird and not too weird cars such as a Corvair convertible, 65 Mustang, odd motorcycles, scooters and was a very early electric-car adopter with a “Lectric Leopard.” When not talking about cars, he has been known to search out the best dive bars in Boston, Cape Cod and Florida.


Editor ( Email )

Julie Blackley is a Boston-based communications professional with experience working with nonprofit and consumer clientele. She joined the iSeeCars team in 2017.

The first car she ever drove was a 1990 Volvo station wagon that was quite safe for a teenage driver aside from the times she utilized the spacious trunk to haul members of her field hockey team to practice. Every car she has ever owned has included an Italian horn keychain in the glove compartment, a tradition passed down from her beloved grandfather as a symbol for protection.


Editor ( Email )

Kara is an editor and writer with more than 13 years of experience.  She’s been the proud owner of 10 cars and counting (eight that she personally shopped for and purchased), three bicycles and one moped.

Kara’s first car was a Ford Tempo, purchased by her mother so she could drive herself to her two jobs. Her dream car is an old school Land Cruiser or in theory, the BMW Hydrogen 7.


Automotive Analyst

Thomas is an analyst with a passion for understanding and identifying key trends and interesting insights for the automotive industry and how consumers buy cars.