About

Welcome to Motor Oomph, where we believe that cars and motorcycles are more than just a way to commute.

From the sudden acceleration to the feel of the open road, there’s nothing quite like the thrill of the ride!

Here at MO, we publish detailed DIY repair guides, as well as specific information about popular car models and general advice for choosing, maintaining and upgrading cars.

Meet the team:

Steve Freling

Steve may have over 20 years of experience as an ASE-certified automotive technician, but he’s never lost his love of getting his hands dirty.

When he’s not turning wrenches, you can find him tinkering with his classic muscle car or hitting the open road on his motorcycle.

Steve is dedicated to providing our readers with the best automotive content on the internet, and he’s always open to feedback and suggestions on how we can continue to improve and grow.

He has a deep understanding of a wide range of cars and technologies. He’s an expert in diagnosing and repairing engine, transmission, and suspension issues, and he’s also well-versed in the latest electronic systems and diagnostic tools.

Tyler Hilgeman

Tyler may have started his career as a mechanic, but he quickly rose through the ranks to become a master technician.

He’s got a knack for diagnosing even the most complex issues, and he’s always happy to share his knowledge with fellow enthusiasts.

One of his specialties is performance upgrades and modifications. He’s spent countless hours tinkering with engines and tweaking various components to extract every last horsepower, and he’s always looking for new and innovative ways to boost performance.

John Cashman

John may be the newest member of the Motor Oomph team, but he’s no newcomer to the automotive world. A lifelong car fanatic, he’s spent years restoring and modifying his own rides, and he’s always on the lookout for the next project.

In addition to his technical skills, John is also a talented writer and communicator. He has a knack for breaking down complex technical concepts and explaining them in simple, easy-to-understand terms.

John is always happy to share his knowledge and help others learn more about the fascinating world of automobiles.

Daniel Young

Daniel is a ASE Certified Master Automotive Technician.

With over 35 years of experience turning wrenches, Daniel has pretty much seen it all when it comes to car and motorcycle repair. From simple oil changes to full engine rebuilds, there’s nothing this guy can’t handle.

But don’t let his serious technical skills fool you – Daniel’s got a wicked sense of humor and a mischievous glint in his eye. He’s always up for a good joke or prank, especially when it involves cars or motorcycles.

Just don’t be surprised if you find your ride covered in plastic wrap or your toolbox filled with foam peanuts – that’s just Daniel’s way of keeping things interesting.