Doug DeMuro


Doug DeMuro was born in Denver, Colorado, United States on May 22nd, 1988 and is the Blogger. At the age of 36, Doug DeMuro biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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May 22, 1988
United States
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Denver, Colorado, United States
36 years old
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Writer, Youtuber
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Doug DeMuro Life

Douglas DeMuro (born May 22, 1988) is an American automotive columnist, writer, editor, and YouTuber.

He writes articles for's Oversteer blog and also posts car reviews on his YouTube channel, which has over three million followers.

He has written for the automotive publications The Truth About Cars and Jalopnik in the past.

Early life and education

DeMuro was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, where he attended George Washington High School. He continued to study at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, gaining a bachelor's degree in economics, and met his wife while working as a resident advisor there.

Personal life

DeMuro and his partner, Joanna, a bearded Collie named Noodle who has made several appearances in his films since DeMuro adopted him), have one child, a baby boy born on September 2, 2021.

Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, is DeMuro's most popular holiday spot, where he visits about four times a year.


Doug DeMuro Career


DeMuro's first work was as a "vehicle allocation manager" at Porsche's North American headquarters in Atlanta. In addition to this, he wrote articles. DeMuro resigned from his career in 2013 after one year at Porsche in order to concentrate on automotive writing. He wrote articles for three separate automotive magazines, The Truth About Cars from January to September, his own blog called PlaysWithCars from 2013, and Jalopnik began in April. In addition, he wrote two books that were published in July 2013, namely Plays With Cars, which were personal car tales, and the e-book From My Perspective on DeMuro's view of things unrelated to cars.

DeMuro wrote columns, answered letters from readers, shot videos for his YouTube channel, and occasionally looked at cars. In addition, he bought interesting secondhand cars that readers suggested, which he later researched and wrote columns about. A 2004 Ferrari 360 Modena DeMuro was one of those cars on loan until January 2014. He had been driving the car for a year.

DeMuro went from Atlanta to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the summer of 2014. While still working for Jalopnik, DeMuro began writing for The Truth About Cars the next year. DeMuro purchased a 2007 Aston Martin V8 Vantage with a "bumper-to-bumper" warranty, which he outlined in detail. Bumper to Bumper, DeMuro's latest book, was published later this year. The Philadelphia Media Network in 2014 and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in 2015 included some of his columns and articles.

DeMuro bought a 2006 Range Rover from a CarMax dealership in Marietta, Georgia, when working for Porsche. The Range Rover had approximately 59,000 miles on it at the time of its purchase. In addition, CarMax was giving a complete bumper-to-bumper guarantee for an additional $3,899; DeMuro, who had originally intended to use the Range Rover as his daily driver to get to and from work, decided to chronicle his experiences with the Range Rover for Jalopnik shortly after purchasing the vehicle.

DeMuro did not have over $16,000 in repairs done under warranty over the course of owning the Range Rover under warranty. He chronicled them in a series of videos on his YouTube channel, going through every warranty transaction as they came. The Range Rover went from Atlanta to Philadelphia and San Diego, eventually "retiring" to Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, just before the warranty ended; one final repair was done under warranty in November 2018, which brought the final warranty payout to over $21,000.

In the summer of 2016, DeMuro joined the newly formed car blog Oversteer, of which he became the editor. He continued writing articles and columns, but on YouTube, he began focusing more on filming and writing car reviews. On his website, DeMuro has analyzed a large variety of vehicles, mainly from the 1970s to the present. Those cars include supercars such as the Ford GT, the Bugatti Chiron, and the Ferrari F40; but also include new, sleek, and quirky vehicles such as the Tesla Model 3, the Maserati Ghibli, and the BMW Isetta.

DeMuro begins by addressing exterior and interior "quirks and features," then drives the car and concludes with a score between ten and 100. The result, which he describes as a "DougScore," is based on the results in ten separate categories relating to usability and enjoyment. The bulk of the DeMuro reviews aren't press cars; they are owned by dealerships and individuals. The CarMax Range Rover was the first vehicle to be given the DougScore.

As of April 2021, his YouTube channel has grown to just over four million viewers. In August 2018, DeMuro launched More Doug DeMuro, a second channel that has nearly 750,000 viewers as of March 2021. It also includes more opinion-based and vlog-style material, as well as question and answer videos.

In June 2017, DeMuro appeared in Jay Leno's Garage season three episode "Larger Than Life" in which he attempted to recognize cars while being blindfolded. He worked with Leno again in March 2019, when he reviewed his McLaren F1 for the first time.

DeMuro left to concentrate on a new endeavor, which eventually developed into Cars & Bids, which he had first imagined in 2019. The website, which is a spin on "Bring a Trailer," is targeted at enthusiasts and only accepts cars that were built in 1981 or later. The first vehicle on the website was DeMuro's own 2012 Mercedes-Benz E 63 AMG Wagon. After owning it for only a year, DeMuro decided to sell his 2018 Kia Stinger GT2 AWD on the website for $1,200 more than what he paid for it. On the website, he has inspected several cars. During 2021, the company revealed that there were 4,000 listed cars and US $75 million invested by buyers.