When Elon Musk first announced his entry into the automotive space, many people shrugged. Why would the tech billionaire want to get involved with a car company? Founded in July 2003 by engineers Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning, the venture, named as a tribute to famed inventor and electrical engineer Nikola Tesla, was started with seed money from Musk. In fact, up to 98% of the initial funding came from Musk who then served as Chairman of the Board with Eberhard serving as CEO. One year later, Musk joined the company along with two other investors who retroactively named themselves company founders and Musk took over the role of CEO. Musk told the media at that time that he viewedRead more.

Living in a city with such excellent public transportation options often means that the average resident doesn’t own a car and, even if they do have one, they often only use it for trips out of town.  Another factor in deciding whether or not to own (or even rent) a car in the city is the availability of parking.  Prague, like many major metropolitan cities, has an abundance of lots where resident’s can pay to park for a monthly fee… but that fee is often nearly as high as the rents here and, if you live here, you know that’s super expensive. So what’s a resident to do? What if you have friends driving over from Germany or Austria? WhereRead more.

Housed in a former textile works, The Veterans Car Museum brings to the Czech Republic one of the finest collections of vintage American automobiles this side of the Atlantic. On display are gorgeous American classics sure to spark visions of cruising down main street, top down, to the sounds of The Rolling Stones or The Beach Boys. The Veterans Car Museum gives visitors the rare opportunity to get up close and personal with the kings of the American auto industry. The museum itself has been open to the public since 2015, and from the beginning has drawn enthusiastic auto buffs from around the world to see its impressive collection. “Our visitors want to be a part of the car culture,”Read more.