MilesPerHr

is creating daily car videos, including POV drives, walkarounds, and reviews

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MPH Member
$1
per month
Producing compelling content every day ain't easy, but by becoming a MPH Member, you're giving me a thumbs up - telling me to keep doing what I'm doing. That's worth more to me than money (though $ does make this a little easier).

As a thank you, I'll give you a special shoutout in my next YouTube review! 

Oh, and you'll also have my undying gratitude — so there's that. 
Insider
$100
per month
Looking for a new or used vehicle? Let me help.

As an automotive journalist, I drive most new model vehicles every year, spending between a day and a week with each of these cars. During that time, I learn much more about their strengths and weaknesses than a typical test drive will tell you. 

This hands-on experience and access to major automakers gives me a thorough understanding of the competitive market. I know which models are the best on sale today, and which will be coming soon. 

After learning your vehicle needs, I will guide you to the ideal make and model. 

You get:

- Direct access to me to ask any car shopping questions that come to mind
- Insider info about what model year changes are coming up

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About

Welcome to MilesPerHr, a channel that explores new vehicles without taking them (or myself) too seriously.

My name is Miles Branman (the "Miles" behind "MPH"). I'm a freelance automotive journalist, photographer, and videographer. This job gives me access to cars, trucks, and SUVs before they arrive in dealerships — and I want to share them with you.

I publish daily walkaround and POV drive videos, plus monthly reviews on my YouTube channel.

Please visit my site, milesperhr.com or my Facebook page for more information about the cars you see here, and for the latest MPH activities, follow on Instagram and Twitter.
Goals
$1 of $1,000 per month
The time it takes to shoot, edit, upload, and schedule daily videos is considerable, and apart from a very small bit of YouTube ad revenue, I don't see any return for this effort.

If I can reach this earnings goal, I would (most importantly) have a tangible reminder that you support my work. Additionally, I could keep my video gear updated (which is good for both of us) and pay for gas (again, good for both of us).
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