You bought, you own it! That’s what most of us think anyway when we buy a car. We should be able to do what we want with it, whether modifying the engine for better performance or taking it to our favorite mechanic to have it repaired. Many car owners, however, might be surprised to find […]
9 Alerts From the AUTO INDUSTRY Tag
Here’s a quiz. The CEO of an automaker said the following about the advent of self-driving technology: We have full-scale autonomy in development right now. But how we apply this technology will be a little unique. We believe driving pleasure should never die. And we’re selling our products to a core customer who loves driving. […]
One great thing about scandals is they usually have an end and become just another nugget of history. Three major automotive scandals (The Takata Airbag Scandal, VW Dieselgate, and the GM Ignition Switch Problem) seem to have legs and are a neverending story for various reasons. All three of these scandals have one element in […]
By Greg Amy, Connecticut State Activist Check out Part 1 Here. Another environmental concern with the Federal decree is disposition of the bought-back vehicles. Obviously, these vehicles cannot be re-sold until they are fixed, assuming a fix is ever found. (I don’t expect VW can fix these engines to the Feds’ and CARB’s satisfaction in […]
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