DiscountMags is now offering a 4-year subscription to Car & Driver Magazine for just $12 shipped using code 9TO5TOYS during checkout. This one doesn’t get much lower than this outside of rock-bottom end-of-year holiday prices. And we also have titles like Wired and GQ down at $5 right now. Head below for all the details…
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This same Car & Driver sub will run you $50 direct and $15 per year on Amazon. This offer is available for both new and existing subscribers. You’ll find the renew option on the listing page (and in your cart).
On top of that, the DiscountMags weekend sale is now live with loads of top-selling titles at $5 a year with free delivery. Those include Wired, Popular Science, ESPN, GQ and many more. As per usual, anytime these titles hit this low it is notable. This is matching our typical exclusive sale prices and the best around. For comparison, Wired goes for more than $20 a month on Amazon.
As always, there are no delivery fees, no sales tax and DiscountMags will never auto-renew your sub on you. Any mag in your cart can also be sent to a separate address with a personalized note should you choose to do so.
Car and Driver Magazine Features:
Car and Driver Magazine provides the information you need when purchasing a new vehicle or finding information about an older model. As one of the leading car publications on the market, the magazine features a mixture of articles on maintenance, comparison shopping, and accessories that help consumers become informed before shopping.
One of the more common features found in Car and Driver Magazine is the road test segment, which sends vehicles onto a test course. Drivers rate the vehicles based on performance in a series of different conditions, including driving in rain, on asphalt, and on the open road. The writers also review a variety of newer cars, providing in-depth descriptions of the interior, body, and other factors you need to know. The magazine even has exclusive deals with some manufacturers, giving the writers the chance to share news and information that others magazines cannot.