The Auto Reporter is a Seattle-area news outlet covering all things automotive. Created in 2014 by Deanna Isaacs, an automotive journalist and former newspaper reporter with a penchant for cars, The Auto Reporter aims to give a voice to local car communities up and down the West Coast. From car meetups to owner features, new car reviews to gratuitous car photo galleries, The Auto Reporter aims to bring all localized car news into one place.
Deanna Isaacs is the owner of a 1996 Mazda Miata M-Edition and a project Triumph GT6. She spent time getting to know how to handle sports cars on the curvy backroads of Northern Japan. While she fell in love with road trips as a kid, her journeys and degree in journalism pushed her to do more within the community. As an adult, she has fun with wheeled machines, writes sometimes, and always enjoys a good conversation about cars.
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