We’ve always got our mind on automotive advancements, but this week read how consumers are thinking about the future of the industry. Plus, the impact new laws are having on dealership ops.
FROM WARDS AUTO: Many Polled People Reconsidering Vehicle Ownership
According to a recent survey, vehicle ownership isn’t going anywhere. 96% of all respondents say they plan to own a car into the future, and only 36% of U.S. respondents say they would consider giving up car ownership to rely on autonomous mobility services
FROM AUTOMOTIVE NEWS: Experts: Dealers Should Prepare Now for New Laws
Two new California laws are setting a higher standard for all dealership operations. The highlights? Redesigned reimbursements can help increase dealership revenue, while properly managed consumer data can expand fixed-op capabilities.
FROM AUTO REMARKETING: What Used Car Week Means by ‘Uniting the Industry’
The annual Used Car Week Conference brings together multiple industry sectors for a single comprehensive event. Attendees are encouraged to explore a variety of sessions, including LotLinx Co-Founder Jason Knight’s “Activate Margin-Boosting Inventory Strategies.”
FROM CBT NEWS: Autonomous “Mayflower” Research Ship Will Use IBM AI Tech to Cross the Atlantic in 2020
The AI-powered journey will be a milestone in machine advancements. A successful fully-autonomous trip across the Atlantic would make a big case for the future of this emerging technology in all industries.