Not to tip too much, but that one on autos that attract feminine buyers relates to hybrids. That's also part of the reason I made it into Mark's roundup this week. Another Car Carnival contributor found a story I did for Bankrate.com on the fuel-efficiency tax credit and its various cutoff dates.
Mark also was kind enough to mention my quasi-rant on the outrageously expensive Serene phone. It could have a car connection.
An owner of the $1,275 cell phone could use it to call AAA for help with a roadside emergency involving his or her Ferrari. I'm sure that's what anyone who spends that much for a cell phone would drive. Perhaps its design ambience will help calm the distraught driver as he or she waits for a tow.
To make sure you've got all the auto assistance you need, head on over to this week's fine Carnival of Cars collection.