The best way for drivers to stay safe is to see further ahead - so that they can identify problems that might occur, and then avoid them completely. This award-winning safety program is built around that philosophy.
By Laura Jozwiak, Senior Vice President of Sales and Client Relations, Wheels, Inc.
What do you think of when you hear the word “change”? For some, it can conjure up thoughts of fear, uneasiness, and potentially more work.
If you allow those thoughts to take hold, it can obscure your ability to grow and do what is right for your organization. Change is happening in our industry at a rapid rate. Are you positioned to turn this change into an opportunity? I would suggest the key to adapting and taking advantage of change is to watch for it, learn from it, embrace it and act upon it.
After years of climbing higher, used-car prices have been heading down. This year, used-car prices declined about 4 percent on average compared with 2015, and the trend may continue for another year or two, industry watchers said.
“This is the first material decline we’ve seen since the recession,” said Jonathan Banks, an analyst at J.D. Power.
The company’s Used Car Guide looks at the prices of pre-owned cars up to 8 years old. This year, when it tracked the prices of 2008-16 model year cars, it found that prices had fallen in 14 out of 16 categories when compared with 2015, when the guide tracked the prices of 2007-15 model year cars.
By Susan A. Lund, President of MR3
We are pleased to introduce a new series, Ignite Your Selling Potential, to help you, your team and your organization drive revenue and results FAST. Regardless of your role, everyone is selling or un-selling during every conversation.
If you can get everyone on the same road, driving for performance consistently delivering value to your customers during every interaction, you can dominate any market and any industry!
Here is what you can expect. Each month, you will receive a message from me to Ignite Your Selling Potential!
You may be asking, What’s in it for me???
A couple whose five-year-old daughter was killed after a distracted driver drove into their car is suing Apple for failing to introduce an iPhone safety feature it patented in 2014 to discourage people from using FaceTime while driving.
The lawsuit, filed in Santa Clara superior county court, relates to an incident that took place on Christmas Eve 2014, when a driver allegedly using the FaceTime video chat application on his iPhone 6 Plus drove into the car of Bethany and James Modisette.
This webinar will be presented by Michael Backman, General Manager for Mobileye.
Through the use of artificial intelligence, Collision Avoidance Systems (CAS) and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are ushering in a transformation in road safety. The technology is able to detect lane markings, vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists. In doing so, the systems can perform detailed interpretations of the visual field in order to anticipate possible collisions.
The technology is revolutionizing road safety as regulatory authorities around the world are increasingly mandating the technology for vehicle makers for all of its life-preserving qualities.
Expectations of customer experience and user experience are rising all the time. That’s true for consumers of every age, but it’s especially true for people under 35.
Whether you’re making or receiving calls or texts, checking your calendar, or using navigation functionality - this simple but efficient technology offers a better, safer way to use your phone when driving.