“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”

I am friends with the local police in four states and seven counties. They love me because they can always count on my lead foot to fill their speeding ticket quotas.

I am the worst nightmare for Boston area auto dealers. Known as the walking version of The Consumer Report, I have helped dozens of friends and sectionmates research, test-drive, and negotiate better deals on their cars.

I have become the car guy on campus.

At this crucial juncture in which the automotive manufacturers are asking for government bailouts, I plan to put my experiences and passion to use by returning to the automotive sector.

I want to develop greener, safer, cheaper, and more exciting vehicles. I want to transform the way consumers shop for and buy their cars. I want to change people's driving behavior to minimize their impact on the environment.

I want to ensure the existence of a strong U.S. manufacturing base, and I want to protect the future of its workers. I want to fuel the turnaround of the automotive business.

— Paul Yeh