Day: October 13, 2021

What Will Cars Be Like In 25 Years?

Transport infrastructure consists of the fixed installations, including roads , railways , airways , waterways , canals and pipelines and terminals comparable to airports , railway stations , bus stations , warehouses , trucking terminals, refueling depots (including fueling docks and fuel stations ) and seaports Terminals may be used both for interchange of passengers and cargo and for upkeep. Commuters spend a minimal of 1 and a half to 2 hours on the highway. With the general public transportation influx of passengers, particularly during rush hour, several customers decide to purchase their vehicles despite the traffic congestion in the Philippines. As of the primary quarter of 2019, gentle industrial automobiles and passenger automobiles were among the highest sold sort of vehicle vehicles within the country. Notably, what was more popular in the Philippine automotive market were full constructed-up vehicles (CBU) imported from a number of nations within the Asia … Read More

Car shopping in a tight market: low inventory, microchip crunch, flood-damaged lemons explained

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Car shoppers are frustrated by new models held up in cargo ship delays off the California coast while second-hand scammers in the used-car market create nightmares for bargain hunters.

But the market is set to right itself soon, says Rick Ricart, president of Ricart Automotive, who gave tips to NBC4 on what to look for in a used or new car — and avoid scammers.

Low inventory and delays for new cars

“Luckily, I think we’re finally on the uphill climb back to supplies normalizing at some point in the future” with vehicles are stuck off the coast, Ricart said. “We are having a very difficult time getting some of our imported vehicles to the lot. We know that there were a lot of vehicles that were built in Korea, Japan, and the like that are on container

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Why Pro Detailer Larry Kosilla Quit Wall Street to Wash Cars

At 23, Larry Kosilla was already on the path to a six-figure Wall Street job. He worked on the floor of the New York Mercantile Exchange, reconciling multi-million-dollar natural gas trades as an assistant to a trader at Fly Trading. He had the college degree, the analytical brain, and the launchpad gig to set him up for a lifetime career. That year, he decided to throw it all away.

Welcome to The Professionals, a bi-weekly Road & Track column where we talk to the fascinating people behind some of the automotive industry’s most fascinating jobs.

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“You could tell my heart wasn’t in it,” Kosilla told Road & Track.“I wanted to wash cars, but I had this draw […]I went to these fancy schools, I got all these crazy degrees, I’m supposed to be the doctor, the trader, whatever. And, oh yeah, by the way, you make

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