About Seattle Auto

SeattleAuto.net is a car blog started in 2008 by two local car fanatics lilving in the rainy Northwest. Our goal is to report on local news that relates to Seattle traffic, driving laws and issues related to car ownership in the city.

In addition, we want to become a valuable resource for automotive information, featuring new car reviews, driving tips, insurance information and used car guides. Transportation and energy are becoming important issues to our current generation, so increasing driver education on all aspects of car ownership is important to us.

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Cameron Wong

Cameron Wong is a seasoned journalist, spending the last 15 years in television, reporting and anchoring in various large markets around the country.

Most recently, he could be seen on FSN Northwest as a sports anchor/reporter. As a true storyteller, he has covered news, sports, lifestyle and entertainment. In that time, he has written many stories about the auto industry and has covered Nascar.

Cameron’s media career has brought him to places like Arizona, Texas, California, Missouri, and then back home to Seattle,Washington.

“The most rewarding part of living in all those places was all the different people I met”, he says. “I enjoy telling THEIR stories. I believe one of my greatest attributes is letting people tell what they do. As a reporter I just write it, and I try to do it in an entertaining way.”

Cameron Wong has also been a licensed real estate agent in two different states, and presently holds a license in Washington state. As the editor and managing partner, he wants to make SeattleAuto.net the best local auto site that gives Seattle area drivers a place to meet and discuss.

“There are so many topics local drivers need and want to talk about”, he says. “SeattleAuto.net provides people with a voice. Be it a review, listing their cars, or complaining about bad service at a fix it shop, now there’s a place where all those things can be discussed.”

Grant Yuan

Grant been fascinated with both computers and cars ever since he was able to use a keyboard and get behind a steering wheel. With over ten years in the internet industry, Grant hopes to use his web engineering and marketing background to help Cameron build SeattleAuto.net into a resourceful car community for Seattle drivers.

Researching and writing about cars is second nature to Grant, as he spent over 100 hours alone on each of his own car purchases. From crash ratings to dealer invoice pricing, Grant likes to examine every aspect of not only car purchasing, but ownership, maintenance and driving. Grant actually enjoys going into car negotiations because he knows the car buying process inside and out. He is happy to share his enthusiam with car research on Seattleauto.net, where his obession with cars will help fellow drivers on their car decisions.

Having participated in the nationally recognized Skip Barber racing schools and taken a local driving clinic at Pacific Raceways in Kent, Grant also brings some speed enthusiam to SeattleAuto.net. Though a speed geek, Grant is a big proponent of safe driving and has a perfect driving record to back up his words. Grant hopes to show on SeattleAuto.net that speed and safety can both co-exist.

Cars owned: Honda Accord (’80 hatchback), Toyota Celica (’91 ST) Dodge Neon (’99 R/T), Chevy Suburban (’05), Honda Accord Hybrid (’05), Porsche Cayman S (’06)

Cars driven: BMW 330i, BMW M3, Buget Rent-a-Truck van, Dodge Caravan, Dodge Caliber, Dodge Ram, Dodge Neon, Dodge Viper 99/05 SRT, Ford Focus, Kia Ronda, Lexus 330, Nissan Pulsar, Mercedes-Benz SLK 550, Porsche 996, Porsche 997, Porsche Boxter, Toyota Camary, Toyota Corolla, Toyota Tacoma, Volvo S60, Volvo 80, Volkswagon Jetta

Wish list: Lotus Elise/Exige, Subaru WRX STi, Lancer Evo, Hummer (the military kind), Lamborghini MurciƩlago, Koenigsegg CCXR, McLaren F1, Ferrari Spyder, Audi A8, Ferrari Enzo, Smart Car, Toyota Prius, Telsa Roadster

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