Jeffrey N. Ross began his writing career for Autotropolis.com in 2006 shortly after receiving his journalism degree from the University of Florida, but he's been around cars his entire life, eventually landing jobs that range from an ASE-certified technician to classic car sales. Since he started writing, he's worked for numerous outlets including Autobytel, Autoblog, Road & Track, AutoNation Drive, and FIXD Automotive; his freelance articles have appeared on sites such as Off-Road.com, Autoguide, and Hemmings.
Jeffrey is comfortable writing about anything related to automobiles, although his true passion comes from off-roading. Not only has he owned a number of Jeeps in the past (including a 1992 Comanche that he regrets selling, a 1967 Jeepster Commando project that he ran out of time with, and his current 2006 Wrangler Unlimited), he has driven over some of the most beautiful terrain the United States has to offer from California to North Carolina and from Michigan, his home state, down to Florida, where he lives now. In his spare time, Jeffrey enjoys camping and Jeeping with his family, rock climbing with his daughter, and starting bonfires with his neighbors.