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Audrey Williams

Audrey Williams began writing contributor content for Endgame360 in 2020. She writes primarily for Showbiz Cheat Sheet but also contributes to MotorBiscuit and Sportscasting. She is currently pursuing her Master’s degree at the University of Oklahoma’s Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication.

Since growing up in a small town in Wisconsin, Audrey has always loved the larger-than-life perspectives that television and celebrities offer. Writing for Showbiz helps her convince herself that her Netflix binges are productive, and she closely covers related topics like Grey’s Anatomy, celebrity news, and fan theories related to shows she’s familiar with.

Though her tennis and basketball “careers” never survived past middle school, she continues to be an avid fan and loves highlighting the accomplishments of current athletes — and all the great drama that follows them. See more from Audrey on her personal portfolio.

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A worker performs a quality control check on a red Ford Transit van inside a light tunnel at the Ford Sollers production plant in Elabuga, Russia

Are 2021 Ford Transit Vans Safe?

Not only are the Ford vans powerful, but they can be equipped with some of the company's stop safety features to prevent your ride in a Ford Transit from becoming tragic.
Cars are seen at the Volvo booth at the Shanghai Auto Show

Is Volvo a Luxury Brand?

Every brand seeks to provide comfortable and safe trips for their drivers. Founded in 1927, Volvo has long been a familiar name. Now, however, it's finding itself placed among high-end competition.
A motorhome RV stands with its wheels on a scale of the ADAC.

Never Do This While Driving Your RV

As a rule, most RVs aim to have their features safe and usable while driving (whether or not their use is legal is another question). However, there are a few key exceptions to be aware of before you make your next trip.
Commercial vehicles of the Sprinter type are built at the Mercedes-Benz AG Ludwigsfelde plant

This Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Diesel Will Assault Your Ears

Mercedes-Benz knows how to make an impact, and it’s not afraid to ensure that its voice is heard. It vies for the top position in terms of luxury, features, and power. Apparently unwilling to settle for Best in Class, the brand has recently been sweeping a new category with many of its vehicles: loudest in …
Logos of Mercedes-Benz, a German automotive brand seen on Mercedes-Benz cars in Dublin city center. Mercedes-Benz is recalling over 1.3 million cars in Europe because their emergency call system software could send first responders to the wrong location

CEO Blames ‘Broken’ System for Used Cars Sold With Open Recalls

Buying a used car might seem like a safe choice, at least financially. With new cars depreciating in value the second you drive them off the lot, many opt to purchase and drive used vehicles. The wise move can certainly save you money, but in some situations, it may sacrifice your safety; many used cars …
Workers inspect the 2011 Dodge Avenger at Chrysler Group's production plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan

The Dodge Challenger and Charger Had a Short-Lived Cousin

Dodge began as a simple parts supplier in Michigan, but it wasn’t long before the brother-owned company began producing whole vehicles of its own. Now, it’s unlikely that you could take a simple drive to the grocery store without running into one of its iconic releases — be it the Durango, Challenger, or Charger. The …
A green 2020 Subaru Forester compact crossover SUV travels on a two-lane highway past foliage and a canal

The Subaru Forester Forces You to Get This Feature

The Gunma Yajima plant in Japan has been manufacturing the Subaru Forester compact SUV since 1997. The model’s immense popularity has led to expanded production and distribution around the world. Consumers appreciate the SUV’s comfortable seating, safety features, and cargo space. Now in its fifth generation, the Subaru Forester continually adds better features and earns …
The black cockpit, including the steering wheel, of a 2018 Honda Accord Touring 2.0T sedan

2018 Honda Accord Owners Have Complained About a Steering Wheel Problem

Consumers and experts alike frequently praise the Honda Accord for its reliability. So whether you’re in the market for a used or new car, this midsize sedan from a trusted brand is usually a safe bet. Still, throughout its long life — over 12 generations in fact — the line has inevitably run into some …
A gray 2020 Jeep Gladiator Mojave traveling on a two-lane highway in a mountainous desert

The 2020 Jeep Gladiator Already Has a Dangerous Highway Problem

Cars are indisputably complex. As they age and wear, problems and subsequent recalls arise. Still, with an intimidating name like “Gladiator,” a reliable brand like Jeep, and (most important) a 2020 release year, buyers were expecting more from this pickup truck.  Though the 2020 Jeep Gladiator initially garnered praise, including North American Truck of the …
A black 2013 Ford Escape compact SUV sits at a dealership on November 26, 2013, in Niles, Illinois

Broken 2013 Ford Escape Power Steering Is Causing Some Problems

When Ford named its compact SUV the “Escape,” the automaker likely meant it to evoke adventure and paradise. But a long track record of failures may have former customers now viewing the name as a warning.  Though the 2021 model’s release has thus far gone off (mostly) without a hitch, owners of earlier vehicles are …
A2021 Jaguar F-Pace luxury compact SUV's tan cockpit

Shut Out the Outside World in the 2021 Jaguar F-Pace

When British luxury brand Jaguar began producing SUVs in 2015, some fans were wary. Accustomed to the automaker’s flashy sports cars, they feared the utility vehicle would bring a clunky body at a high price.  Now in its sixth year, the Jaguar F-Pace has proven the skeptics wrong. The 2021 model features a full face-lift …