Day: September 3, 2021

Automotive Business Worldwide

Transport infrastructure consists of the mounted installations, including roads , railways , airways , waterways , canals and pipelines and terminals reminiscent of airports , railway stations , bus stations , warehouses , trucking terminals, refueling depots (together with fueling docks and gasoline stations ) and seaports Terminals may be used both for interchange of passengers and cargo and for maintenance. Our Privateness Heart explains how we treat your personal knowledge. By utilizing the Services, you comply with our privateness policies and that we can use your data in accordance with our privateness policies. By using and benefitting from Verizon Media’s Services you recognize that personalization lies at the core of lots of our services. We can solely present many of those Companies by utilizing your personal information to supply personalized content material and adverts. Please visit our Privateness Heart to learn more about personalization.

Someway Texas Instruments isn’t completely … Read More

Car Buyers to Find Sparse Lots This Labor Day Weekend – What’s News

This transcript was prepared by a transcription service. This version may not be in its final form and may be updated.

Marc Stewart: Walmart raises its minimum wage. Plus, more automakers cut production amid the global chip shortage and how that’s making it even harder to buy a car.

Nora Naughton: If you find a car that works for you, you should really walk away with it in that moment.

Marc Stewart: And why some Millennials are taking a break from work. It’s Friday, September 3rd, I’m Marc Stewart with the Wall Street Journal. Here’s the A.M. edition of What’s News, the top headlines in business stories moving your world today.
We begin in Japan, where prime minister Yoshihide Suga said he won’t seek re-election as ruling party leader later this month, effectively ending his term after just a year in office. Suga’s decision to step down may bring

Read More

Classic car duct tape cupholder hack makes a splash

Check one more off the list of things duct tape can do.

A classic car hack featured in a story about a custom 1981 Chevrolet Suburban built by Hemmings for a charity auction has overshadowed the the SUV’s many custom features.

The piece chronicles a road trip by automotive journalists Mike Musto and Elana Scherr as they drive the green truck cross country and modify it along the way.

While the build included extensive updates like a new transmission and fuel injection system, it was a throwaway photo that caught the attention of car enthusiasts on Twitter.

In it, Musto is seen sitting on the driver’s side of the Suburban’s bench seat with two rolls of duct tape on the hump being used as cupholders.

Hemmings credited Scherr with the idea in this case, but she told Fox News Autos she’s seen it used many times by others and often

Read More

Car owners can’t get their phone to talk to their in-car entertainment

Is your smartphone not connecting to your in-car entertainment? And is it driving you mad?! Well, you’re not alone.

The J.D Power Initial Quality Study surveys new model car owners. This year it found the top complaint to be Android Auto/Apple CarPlay connectivity.

According to Dave Sargent, vice president of automotive quality at J.D. Power:

This year there are many examples of smartphone technology not working as intended in new vehicles. With more vehicles being fitted with the wireless technology owners want, the study reveals an increase in connectivity problems between smartphones and vehicles, leaving many owners unhappy.

He notes that while carmakers generally are at the coalface for owner complaints, but the problem is shared:

Owners don’t care who’s at fault—they just want their phone and their vehicle to talk to each other.

25% of all problems reported by vehicle owners fall under the category, and six out

Read More