State Farm says it plans to expand the use of a digital bookkeeping technology to speed up and streamline the auto claims process, after a successful trial run with USAA.
Nowhere is the difference between “knowing” something and “understanding” something more evident than when it comes to the relationship between “totaling a vehicle” for insurance purposes and the concept of salvage vehicles under state law.
It would appear that during a tumultuous period for car production, U.S. automakers may begin to focus on lower volume, premium-priced cars over cheaper alternatives.
The Auto Care Association on May 7 applauded a report issued by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), “Nixing the Fix: An FTC Report to Congress on Repair Restrictions.”
In dozens of discussions with shop owners over the past four months, there is a marked divergence among MSOs about their plans for the future.
CIECA announced early bird registration is now open for its annual conference, CONNEX 2021.
Visit any North American auto assembly plant and you’ll quickly notice how much things have changed since factories reopened after a two-month shutdown during spring 2020.
Consumers looking to purchase a new vehicle ahead of the summer road trip season need to be prepared to do more research and be more flexible with their budget to get the car that they want.
A Hyundai Santa Fe Sport ABS recall has been issued following 18 fires caused by brake fluid leaking inside the anti-lock braking system modules.
If you have been considering selling or trading in your car anytime soon, now is the time to get serious.
This collection highlights American manufacturing triumphs, and is full of one-off and ultra-rare cars.