These guys who have degrees from MIT offer car advice and sarcastic humor every Saturday morning on NPR. Their radio show, Car Talk has devoloped somewhat of a cult following over the years. Every week, they challenge their listeners with a puzzler, a test in logic or general wacky thinking. These puzzlers keep the listeners coming back... the true definition of an addictive agent. Remember, if your car has an annoying rattle, the easiest solution is to turn up your radio.

Click & Clack (real names: Tom and Ray Magliozzi) operate out of an office in Hahvahd Squayah in Cambridge, MA, whose window decal proclaims it to be the law offices of Dewey, Cheetham, and Howe, the lawyers they refer their callers to. They're on the web at Tom drives a 1963 Dodge Dart and Ray drives a 1987 Dodge Colt Vista. To try to get on the show (they place the odds at 1 in 1000) you should call 1-888-CAR-TALK.

Editors Note:

Tom Magliozzi (Click?) died on November 3, 2014 from complications from Alzheimer's disease. He was 77 years old.

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