HIGH EARTH, Ind. (WTHI) – The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a global shortage of microchips that has severely affected local car dealerships. New cars require over 1,000 microchips to function properly. Without this key element, cars cannot run. Persistent shipping delays have also resulted in a low supply of cars.Read More →

Lafayette – The automotive industry continues to feel the effects of the covid-19 pandemic. First it was a shortage of new and rental cars; now used car prices are the last to be affected. Average used car prices have skyrocketed during the pandemic. Apart from continued global supply shortages, HubRead More →

New car sales in NEW ZEALAND remained buoyant in October after a disastrous August – in which the market was heavily impacted by level four lockdown regulations related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic – and a record month of September. A total of 13,870 new vehicles were registered in NewRead More →