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Victoria Brase

Victoria Brase began as a contributing writer for Endgame360 in 2020 and covers topics on MotorBiscuit and Showbiz Cheat Sheet, with occasional work on Sportscasting. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Seattle University and her Master’s in Public Health from the University of Florida.

On MotorBiscuit, Victoria writes about a variety of topics on the site including tips and tricks, the safest and most reliable cars, and offbeat, somewhat funny stories about things like sawing a Boston Whaler in half or getting a free Aston Martin with the purchase of a penthouse. Familial interest in the automotive industry first sparked her desire to research and write about the articles you see from her on MotorBiscuit. In addition, Victoria owns a Ford Mustang (which she loves).

Victoria has always been a fan of medical dramas given her professional experience in the medical field, and covers Grey’s Anatomy along with other shows related to the field on Showbiz Cheat Sheet. She is also a longtime fan of the Marvel universe, starting with the movie franchise and now expanding into the various shows. Of all the characters in the MCU, Loki is her favorite.

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Ferrari logo on a red car.

Here Is How to Save over $3,000 on a Ferrari

If you are looking into purchasing a Ferrari, you probably wouldn't mind finding out how to save money by purchasing a car using tax credits for all-electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles. Since Ferrari is dipping its toes into the EV market, you can save over $3,000 if you purchase a 2021 SF90 Ferrari Stradale.
An EV being charged at a charging point station in Madrid, Spain
Hybrids & Electrics

Do All Electric Cars Use the Same Kind of Charger?

With virtually every automaker making electric vehicles, you might wonder if each different EV can use the same type of electric car charger. Thankfully, for the most part, all EVs can use any type of car charger. Of course, there are exceptions. Well, there is only one exception, that being Tesla. 
The 2020 Corvette C8 presented by General Motors president Mark Reuss during a news conference in Tustin, California

Corvette C8’s Trunk Space Doesn’t Size Up to the C7

For the C8 Corvette, Chevrolet moved the engine from in front of the passenger seat to behind it. While the power and performance are what you would expect, other aspects of the C8 are not great. For example, trunk space is limited due and does not measure up to previous generations, like the C7.
The front of a 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning with the frunk open at a construction site during a house build.
Tips, Tricks & Trends

2022 Ford F-150 Lightning’s Frunk Is Surprising More Than What You May Think

Ford is introducing the all-electric F-150 Lightning, and the automaker is betting on it to change the truck scene. It have a massive infotainment system, onboard power, and the ability to become a generator and power your home in the event of a power outage, it has a massive front trunk or frunk. 
A white 2022 Mazda CX-5 2.5 Turbo Signature compact SUV travels on a road as the sun glints off the hood

The 2022 Mazda CX-5 Reckons to Steal Subaru Forester Customers

The 2022 Mazda CX-5 is getting people excited, except for people at Subaru, home of one of the CX-5’s biggest competitors, the Forester. Why? Mazda recently made all-wheel drive standard on all 2022 CX-5 trims. It’s a move that could lure Forester customers away. Previously, the Subaru Forester’s ability to go off-road with standard AWD …
A silver 2013 Acura ILX driving on a highway
Tips, Tricks & Trends

Owners Are Not Happy With This Acura ILX Model Year

The ILX also does not provide a lot of luxury touches you might expect, particularly in terms of the infotainment system, which many have labeled "embarrassing." As with most cars, some model years are better than others. This also means some are worse than others. The 2013 Acura ILX falls into that latter category.
Tesla logo, creator of autopilot, on a red car.
Tips, Tricks & Trends

Tesla Cars May Be Recalled if Autopilot Continues to Cause Accidents

There have been many problems with Tesla's autopilot function, particularly in the form of accidents, that it has prompted an investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) into Tesla's Autopilot software. If the NHTSA finds enough evidence of safety issues, it could even trigger a recall.
A car driving down the road illustrating the levels of automation from Yandex.
Tips, Tricks & Trends

What Are the Five Levels of Automation for Vehicles?

While Tesla is probably the most well-known vehicle manufacturer touting autopilot and other self-driving features, they are far from the only one. According to the Society of Automotive Engineers, there are varying levels of automation, from level zero to level five.
A Tesla car entering the Las Vegas Loop from Elon Musk's The Boring Company

Tesla Faced a Breach of Security as Unauthorized Driver Entered the Las Vegas Loop

Sometimes Tesla reaches for the stars, but forgets about smaller, less flashy, but critical, details. That brings us to security measures for the underground tunnel transit systems that The Boring Company (TBC) has been working on. Security is important in preventing rogue cars from driving into TBC tunnels, such as the Las Vegas Loop.
The 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 Pro S with Gradient Package parked on an snowy plain
Hybrids & Electrics

What Is the Best Full-Size EV?

As the EV market grows and more automakers start producing EVs, choosing which EV is the best is becoming difficult. So, if you are looking for a full-size EV and are not sure which brand to go with, here are the top two full-size EVs available for 2021.