Dryve FAQ

Auto + Tech = Dryve

What is Dryve?

We’re your window, and community, into the next, great technological change. Driverless cars. Connected vehicles.   IoT on the road. Fuel alternatives. And more. Our posts connect you with the latest products, services, changes, rules, players and innovations that will change the way we’ll drive. (If we drive at all.) We also try to provide thoughtful commentary on what these changes will bring. Our community weighs in as well.

Most importantly, we try to be a joy to read.

What we write about.

We look to write thrilling, brain-filling articles about how we’ll ‘dryve’ in the years ahead. Thought-provoking conversation starters about advancements in auto + tech and how they’ll impact us, our environment and our daily lives.

Interested in contributing?

Our mission is to combine exciting technology, thoughtful perspective and fun writing about the world of auto + tech. If you share our Burning Man ethic of “Radical Participation” (and you’ve got the talent) we’d love to have you contribute. Always better to be an active participant than sit on the sidelines.

Be in touch with Dryve’s Editorial Team (Click here) and we’ll figure out a good fit for all.

Comments/Community Rules of the Road

Dryve’s mission is to inspire thoughtful discussions with our active user community.

We’re not a big fan of rules (or speed limits), but a few are needed for the greater good.

Mostly, it’s common sense: All discussions are monitored and moderated to avoid abusive, unfair, irrelevant or incomprehensible comments. As a wise man (or woman) once said: “The rights of your fist end at my face.”

If you wish to participate in the Dryve community, we ask that you follow some simple ground rules:

  • Be respectful of others who use post and provide comments
  • Stay on topic. Keep the comments concise and to the point
  • Language that is offensive, inflammatory or provocative (including, but not limited to, swearing, obscene or vulgar comments) is not acceptable. These posts will be removed.
  • Comments cannot break the law (including libel, condoning illegal activity or contempt of court)
  • Personal information in comments (such as addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, online contact details, relating to you or other individuals) is — of course — personal. And private. It should not be shared with the Dryve audience.
  • Do not impersonate or falsely claim to represent a person or an organization
  • Commercial endorsements or promotions of any product, service or publication not relevant to the discussion, is not appropriate

It’s a fine balance between freedom and responsibility. We, too, walk that line. But, we’re biased towards focusing on the greater good for the greater number, rather than an unfettered forum for anything.