Recent News

Adding HRT to your home screen

Want one touch access to Hot Rod Time? Add Hot Rod Time as a Home Screen Icon on Android Mobile Devices and Apple iPhone and iPad iOS devicesIn this article, we will show you step-by-step how to bookmark the Hot Rod Time (HRT) Dashboard to your device's home screen.Please note: Steps may vary depending on the type of phone and browser. ANDROID...

Continue reading

​For several decades taking the family out to the drive-in for a movie was as American as apple pie and baseball. It was burned into our cultural psyche as thousands hopped into their cars and took in a motion picture at one of thousands of "motor views" that used to stand all over this great country.Sometime in the 1980's Between cable TV, th...

​Another Cruise-In has come and gone for another year. 919 cars made their way to Logan, Utah for the 37th Annual event located 80 miles north of Salt Lake City and just a few minutes from the Utah/Idaho border. As in past Cruise-Ins many cars came out from all over the country. In fact I spied plates from states such as Colorado, California, Nevad...

Many of us like to travel out of town to events with our custom and classic cars. Thoughts of a road trip to an event a distance from home bring forth a sense of nomadic wanderlust. You pull into a town, either along the way, at the event, or on the way home and check into a motel to get some rest and to recharge. The last thing you expect is to re...

​Forty years ago there was a need in the automotive universe in Utah and surrounding states to inform fellow street rodders, racers and other car hobbyists of the happenings within the culture. Because of this Mountain West Street News was born. Beginning in 1979 as a simple newsletter style publication Mountain West Street News is today a seventy-...

​The news that came out on social media last week regarding the Cache Valley Cruise-In's popular Main Street Cruise Parade in Logan, Utah is disheartening and sadly a product of our modern times. For those left unaware the Cache Valley Cruising Association, the host club who organizes the three day automotive event, will be hit with a $10,000 bill ...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMarch 15, 2019For media inquiries, contact: Juan Torres 909-978-6722 | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 's note: An image is available for this release. Please contact Juan Torres, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. SEMA SEEKS YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS WITH INNOVATIVE AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS– April 14 is the deadline for business leaders age 18-39 to apply for the 2019 SEMA Launch Pad program –DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (March 15, 2019) — Young entrepreneurs, students, and business owners looking for an opportunity to launch their products into the $43 billion automotive aftermarket industry can apply now at www.sema.org/launchpad. The deadline to enter the 2019 SEMA Launch Pad, presented by the Young Executives Network (YEN), and compete for a top prize that includes $10,000 and exhibit space at the industry-leading SEMA Show is April 14."Since 2013 the SEMA Launch Pad program has given more than 200 young entrepreneurs an opportunity to pitch their business to a panel of experts and a chance to bring their...

No Internet Connection