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Subaru of America Inc. (Subaru) recently requested the class action lawsuit, originally filed by Christine Powell against the auto manufacturer for allegedly defective windshields, be dismissed for failing to state a claim and lack of jurisdiction. 

Tractable, an A.I. photo estimating company, announced Feb. 27 it raised $25 million to expand into new markets and enhance research and development initiatives on its software. 

A federal appellate court threw out most of the claims by automotive body shops in Indiana, Utah and Mississippi alleging major insurers violated anti-trust laws and engaged in anticompetitive practices by steering policyholders to “approved” shops.

Tuesday, 10 March 2020 16:27

On the Lighter Side: Al Capone’s Bulletproof Cadillac Could Be Yours for $1 Million

Written by Simon Lindley, Just Collecting News

A bulletproof Cadillac once owned by the infamous gangster Al Capone has gone up for sale in the U.S., with a price tag of $1 million.

Lawmakers in the U.S. House on Feb. 11 took to task a trial lawyers' lobby group that helped kill a bill setting regulations for self-driving cars. 

Independent retailers in the automotive aftermarket remain the most used sales channel for getting parts to consumers, according to the new SEMA Industry Perspectives Report, the latest resource for SEMA members to gain insight on the health of the industry on a wide range of business metrics.

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