To ensure that collision repair quality matches the fast-paced development of today’s automotive industry, Ford will launch its Ford Certified Collision Network in January.
Subaru of America is currently preparing to launch the Subaru Certified Collision Center Network to independent shops across the country. Nicole Riedel, wholesale parts specialist for Subaru of America, recently shared information about the program requirements and what collision repair facilities should expect.
A coding error has led Subaru to recall and dispose of 293 of its Ascent 2019 SUVs. A National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) report revealed that the error caused robots building the cars to miss two critical welds in the car's fabrication.
Elon Musk said an “extreme shortage” of car carrier trailers is partly to blame for Tesla’s delivery woes. And in typical Musk fashion, the answer is for Tesla to build its own trailers.
Ford is recalling almost 2 million pickup trucks due to a seat belt problem that may cause fires. The recall involves the best-selling vehicle model in the U.S.: the F-150 pickup.
Tesla is expected to release the first features of its full self-driving suite with the rollout of Software Version 9.
Imagine a world in which you travel long distances without the need for airports. A world in which you can avoid airport security, hours of queuing and waiting, and noisy, cramped airliners.