Women in Auto Care, a community of the Auto Care Association, recently announced it has reached a milestone in scholarship funding and tool sets for women in the auto care industry.
Last winter, Ford issued a “do not drive” warning to owners of 2006 Ranger pickup trucks because of potentially defective (and fatal) Takata airbag inflators.
The National Auto Body Council (NABC) announced it is now accepting nominations for seven open seats for its Board of Directors. Deadline for nominations is Sept. 1.
It’s only a matter of time. At some point, many believe, insurance premiums will come down as vehicles use technology that leads to better, safer driving and lower costs. It’s a pleasant story, but one that has yet to come true.
If history has taught us anything about vehicle technology, it is that the latest advancements may be introduced in limited production or high-line cars---from the hydraulic brake systems of the 1930s to the curved windshields of the 1950s and the advent of disc brakes in the 1970s---but eventually, that technology will be applied to every vehicle in the car maker’s line-up.
The Auto Care Association recently announced the election of 11 members to its Board of Directors for 2018--2019. This board is effective as of July 1, 2018.
U.S. auto sales for the first six months of 2018 were stronger than many analysts originally anticipated, but were driven in large part by growth in fleet sales while retail sales were essentially flat.
Michael Simon, director of strategic accounts for Bosch Automotive, is the latest to remind the industry that the absence of any dash warning lights doesn’t mean a vehicle doesn’t need to be scanned.
Summary: Analysts are doubting Tesla's ability to achieve industry standard benchmark on COGs based on the perception of chaos of recent activities