The content you see on this website comes from many different places:
- created in-house by the Low Offset team
- produced by freelancers
- contributed by brands or enthusiasts
We strive for 100% accuracy and apply a detailed vetting process to every article on the site.
Before any article is written, we go through a deep research process to ensure the information included in the article is accurate.
We verify sources and always dig down to the original source (and reference material if applicable) before the writing process begins.
Even if other outlets may specify a certain part number, we require confirmation before we will include it on our site.
Low Offset articles don’t just rehash the same old content over and over, we provide industry-leading research that explains why that certain parts are important to our readers — modified car owners.
While we aim for our content to be error-free, mistakes can always be made. We uphold our integrity as journalists by correcting any errors in a timely manner.
With great power comes great responsibility. We aim to be accountable, accurate and an authority.
We believe it is important to keep content updated. When we post an article, all previous stories/features on that subject are updated with links to the new post so that readers always have the full picture no matter which of our articles on the subject they land on.
We do not publish personal attacks against people and companies in the industries we cover, or against colleagues in our industry. We love the automotive industry, and encourage us all to get along and enjoy cars for the happiness they bring to us.
Images used on this site are typically:
- creative commons
- public domain
- supplied by our partners
Where licenses require, we make an effort to use correct attribution.
When images come from other sources, our content producers have confirmed with us that they have written permission to use the image. Where possible, we give credit for these.
As content producers ourselves, we don’t like seeing content copied, let along copied without attribution.
If you think an image has been used on this site without your permission, please contact us. We’re happy to remove it immediately or add correct attribution.
In all cases, we check writing for plagiarism. If you feel your text has been used without permission, please contact us so we can remove it for you.
For any corrections, update requests or other feedback, please contact us.