By Arthur H. Gunther III
thecolumnrule.comNot all car dealers are so lucky, but one in Blauvelt, N.Y., offers test drives over a mountain named Clausland, with winding, country-like roads busy enough since this is built-up suburbia. And despite the bromide view, the burbs are never sleepy, especially one less than 20 miles from New York City.
Then there are the truck try-outs -- fellows or gals in ever-bigger, shiny machines with back seats and extended beds that will never see manure or tools or work. Trucks not used on the job but as recreational rides are a huge seller, perhaps the biggest, in the U.S., and my section of the Northeast is no exception.