South African motorists are advised to shop for cars online with caution to avoid falling victim to potential has revealed its top tips for those looking to buy a vehicle online, including doing background checks and inspections. READ ALSO: Selling Cars Online in South Africa: What’s Possible, What’s NotRead More →

Sales of sports utility vehicles (SUVs) and luxury cars have grown by an annual average of 39% in Bangladesh over the past decade as more people, armed with rising incomes, buy more cars. large number. A total of 43,720 units of SUVs and luxury cars, including reconditioned cars, were registeredRead More →

Car sales continue to be affected by reduced inventory. New vehicle sales were stuck again in December, paving the way for what could be a bumpy ride in 2022. The auto industry is still haunted by COVID-19, causing shortages of key materials essential to the growing automotive market. electric vehicles.Read More →

Economy New car sales up 30 pc Wednesday, December 29, 2021 Workers at Isuzu’s East African Vehicle Assembly Plant on Mombasa Road during the December 2018 media tour. PHOTO | DIANA NGILA | NMG By VICTOR JUMAMore from this author Summary New motor vehicle sales rose 30.2% to 12,750 unitsRead More →

KANAWHA COUNTY, West Virginia (WSAZ) – A cranky man was filmed on Wednesday breaking into a car dealership in Chelyan, West Virginia. According to the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office, the break-in at Paul White Chevrolet’s home was caught on a surveillance camera showing two people. One broke a window whileRead More →

Australia’s leading consumer watchdog has been monitoring the auto industry closely for six years – and says there is still work to be done on misleading information and denied warranty claims. See 3 images Automakers were again cautioned to familiarize themselves with their warranty obligations under Australia’s consumer law –Read More →

PARIS: Europe’s auto industry faces a worse year than Covid-battered 2020 with sales down for a fifth straight month amid a global shortage of microchips used in new models. European sales fell 20.5% year-on-year to 713,346 units, the worst fall since 1993, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) said onRead More →

China’s efforts to create a thriving market for used vehicles, virtually from scratch, are slowly beginning to bear fruit, including in the electric car segment. Used vehicle sales jumped 30% in the first ten months of this year and are expected to reach 17 million units in 2021, according toRead More →

Europe’s auto industry faces even tougher times than the COVID-19 battered 2020 with sales down 20.5% year-on-year to 713,346 units, the worst slump since 1993, amid a global shortage of microchips used in new models, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) said on Friday. Although economic activity rebounded relatively stronglyRead More →

A Jalisco New Generation cartel associate faces life in prison after a federal jury found him guilty of trafficking methamphetamine through his Dallas car dealership, the North Texas District Attorney’s Office said on Friday. Marco Antonio Gonzalez, 42, was convicted of one count of conspiracy to possess with intent toRead More →

A global shortage of automotive chips has highlighted the problem, prompting the European Union to launch subsidy programs to attract chipmakers to the continent. FRANKFURT: Europe’s auto sector has become too dependent on Asia and other regions for vital components such as semiconductors and battery cells, the outgoing Bosch chairmanRead More →

NEW DELHI: Chip shortages continue to disrupt supplies to the automotive industry. Wholesale shipments to dealers fell 19% in November, as the semiconductor shortage continued to affect vehicle production and subsequent deliveries to dealerships, auto industry body Siam said on Friday. Vehicle shipments amounted to 2.15 lakh units last monthRead More →

(FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) — North Carolina-based utility company Duke Energy has partnered with the National Electric Highway Coalition to make driving an electric vehicle more accessible. “We have a clear line of sight to how we’re going to get there, and that’s asset retirement, more renewables, more battery storage,” saidRead More →

Due to low hydropower generation, Iceland has experienced a power shortage in recent days, to the point that its largest utility has cut power to some industrial activities, data centers, and cryptocurrency mining. Iceland generates almost 100% of its electricity from renewable energy sources, with hydroelectric generation accounting for aroundRead More →