Cruise and General Motors on Jan. 19 announced they have entered a long-term strategic relationship with Microsoft to accelerate the commercialization of self-driving vehicles.
C.A.R.Score, a division of Dealer Specialties, LLC, announced Jan. 22 its vehicle condition reports will now be available on the CARFAX Vehicle History Report.
During the Jan. 12 virtual Collision Industry Electronic Commerce Association (CIECA) board meeting, the organization’s Board of Trustees elected new officers for 2021 and announced the recipients of the 2020 CIECA Awards.
FY 2021 is in full swing and auto glass senior leadership and business owners have shared why they think this year is filled with optimism.
Ford and Mazda will soon recall vehicles to replace Takata airbag inflators after failing to convince the government there are no problems with safety.
The 17th annual Vincentric Best Value in America Awards were announced Jan. 19, with Toyota Motor Corporation winning 12 model-level awards and three brand-level awards between the Toyota and Lexus brands.
As we move into 2021, the insurance sector should expect continuing hard market conditions, according to Jim Bramblet, managing director-insurance lead for Accenture‘s North American operations, who explained the pandemic will shape pricing and coverage in the year to come.
German automaker Volkswagen has announced it ended production efforts of the widely-popular Golf hatchback, opening the door for the all-electric ID series in the U.S.
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The car shopping experts at Edmunds say the auto industry is on track for greater stability and healthier sales this year, forecasting 15.5 million new cars will be sold in 2021.