Autogespot - Site update: introducing the SpotWall

Autogespot - Site update: introducing the SpotWall

Behind the scenes, we are working hard to further improve the site. The servers are always working and throughout the day we have over 100 visitors browsing on our site. Reading our news articles or taking a peak at the latest spots. Besides the necessary bug fixes, we have introduced a new feature, the so called "spotwall".

When you have an AG account, nothing really changed. You have the ability to view spots, do searches in our spot database and create free alerts. But when you don't have an AG account you can only see the first, and one, photo. But don't worry, you can create an account within minutes and be granted full access to all the photos of the spot. That way you can have access to almost one million spot, you can cast your vote for Spot of the Day, and you can upload spot.

We are always interested to learn from you, so please let us know if there are other desired functions or improvements that we can work on. Please comment below and we will take it in consideration.

Autogespot heeft weer een update uitgevoerd

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    UNITED KINGDOM dandude999  -  2019-04-06 at 10:23

    I think more Nissan Skyline models should be allowed (R33, R32 and R31) as they are far rarer than most AMG's and M's and I think a lot of people would love to upload them and see them on the site. I also think a few more classic cars should be accepted, such as older Mustang's, Camaro's, Bentley's and Morgan's as these are rarer than modern Mustang's, Bentley's, AMG's and M's. Personally, I believe making these cars accepted on the site will make it more popular and this will lead to mroe visitors! I also think something should be done to get more spotters from places outside of Europe to join the site, as we don't have that many. I'm not sure how this could be done, maybe advertising in different countries, but I think the site would be even better if we had more spots from Asia, Oceania, South America, North America, the Middle East and even Africa!

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    SWEDEN Nordlander  -  2019-04-06 at 11:07

    I second this! @dandude999

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    UNITED KINGDOM dandude999  -  2019-04-07 at 09:12

    Thank you! : D

    Let's hope the admins agree with us! @Nordlander

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    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA NCspotter  -  2019-04-08 at 21:40

    I agree with @dandude999. I would argue that all exotics, regardless of vintage, should be accepted. Older Bentleys and Rolls-Royces are not accepted despite being much rarer sightings than modern Continental GTs, Ghosts, and the like. Even cars such as the E24 M6, E30, M3, and C4 S6 are not allowed, and I think this is a huge mistake because a) - the newer generations can be posted on here, and b) - the older models are much rarer than the new ones (I've seen probably a thousand E63 and F10 M6s since I spotted my last E24 M6). I have been told previously that those models are "classics", and if this is true, then any "classic" car such as a Ferrari 275 or Lamborghini Miura should not be allowed either. It's a really stupid double-standard.

  5. This is not ok

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