Which is what?There are some manufacturers that won't send me cars anymore because they don't like some of the things I've said in honest moments
There you go my point.
First you said you think cars should be reviewed by "blue collar" people - presumably instead of people who's job and expertise is based around doing it (which has nothing whatsoever to do with collar color).
I stated that I (and most journalists) aren't swayed by the "perks" you believe we all get including the loan of press vehicles to review.
Sometimes there are consequences to a negative review, sometimes not. Most of the time if we are fair in our criticisms, there aren't any. To suggest that people can't be trusted with the truth because of the "collar color' or that they are beguiled by being handed opportunities is simply not how it works.