Today, RepairSmith officially announces its at-home car repair and maintenance service is available in major Texas markets including Dallas and Houston. Austin residents will have access to service later in May.
With the expansion to Texas, RepairSmith is now available in more than 650 cities, with plans for continued growth through 2021.
With an increase in the population of Texas over the past year during the COVID-19 pandemic, there is an estimated rise in demand for car repair and maintenance service as people relocate to suburban locations that require more driving.
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By Bill Bishop, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, FLD Remarketing
Auto assembly lines shuttering from Kansas City to Beijing.
Luxury car models like Mercedes Benz hoarding parts for their most expensive models, while simultaneously halting production on cheaper offerings.
And some manufacturers – like France’s Peugeot – looking for ways to drop modern touches like digital speedometers in favor of previously obsolete analog models – something previously unthinkable.
At a time when global demand for new vehicles may be at an all-time high, what in the world is causing such strange behavior from the world’s most powerful vehicle manufacturers?
In a word – and a short one at that – chips.
Ford's upcoming electric pickup truck will be called the F-150 Lightning. The electric version of its best selling pickup will revive a legendary nameplate from V-8–powered street trucks.
They expect the F-150 Lightning's battery pack to provide more than 300 miles of range since the longest-range Mustang Mach-E is EPA-rated at 305 miles of driving range. Ford also patented a removal range extender that could go in the truck's bed.
Ford hasn't released many details on the F-150 Lightning's powertrain, but it will have a dual-motor setup providing all-wheel drive. Ford says the electric F-150 will provide more horsepower and torque and the fastest acceleration of any F-150 currently on the market. The electric Ford F-150 Lightning will go on sale in the middle of next year.
Read the article at Car and Driver.