The oneauTo movement is a vehicle culture created for the people to be ran ultimately by the people. The movement started in Michigan and Arizona at the same time and has spread around the USA and now has a global reach with family members in Ontario, New Zealand, Moscow, Portugal, Cancun, and Austria. It’s a philosophy that practices on the belief and organic understanding that it’s the enthusiast behind the vehicle that drives the automotive culture, not the vehicle itself. Its about your love and passion behind what you drive and the highest levels of respect towards what other people drive, even if its not of your personal taste. We all make up this vehicle culture, all makes, models, build styles, even clean OEM. Without one, there would not be the other. Because of this, we created something that embraces the positive feelings of being part of something that everyone can be a part of equally.
So no matter what you drive or ride, we are all enthusiasts, we are all oneauTo.
You start with a collection of individuals who have drive and passion for whatever it is that person drives and puts time into. When that collection of enthusiasts come together to show off what they have and what they stand for, you start to build a small automotive community. As each pocket of automotive communities intertwine between different makes, models, and build styles, that group forms an automotive culture. Once that culture begins to spread of everyone understanding and respecting each other's build directions, a movement is formed. A movement that is driven by passion and fueled by the car culture. A movement made only from enthusiasts of a variety of vehicles. With the oneauTo movement, it does not matter if you’re an enthusiast of classic cars, muscle cars, import cars, domestic cars, trucks, off-road vehicles, motorcycles, and even boats. It doesn’t matter if you are lifted, slammed, static, stance, all show, all go, built for the quarter mile or built for endurance. Each type of enthusiast represents an important part of this thing we all refer to as a car culture.
Your passion is the vehicle and what you drive is just the byproduct of your passion. There is nothing wrong with being part of a subculture of vehicles specifically for high end, manufacturer specific, stanced vehicles, static vehicles, turbo vehicles, or any of the popular culture’s out there. There is nothing wrong with being in a car club which can have a very family feel to it and be rewarding as well. OneauTo looks to help enthusiast’s understand that all those subculture’s are important to the scene.
All it takes is the realization that we are all enthusiasts, and together, we are all oneauTo.