Barrett Jackson specializes in antique and classic car auctions, running collector events throughout Arizona, Nevada, and the East Coast. The company is named after its founders, Tom Barrett and Russ Jackson, after the pair met through a mutual interest in a 1933 Cadillac V16 town car.
Waymo One officially launched in the metro Phoenix area. This self-driving car service allows users to ask for an autonomous ride 24/7 like they would with other ridesharing services. You have the option to book a trip for up to three adults and a child at once.
The average age of trucks and cars on American roads reached a record high of 11.8 years in 2018. There are several reasons why vehicles are lasting longer than ever before. Engine components are more resilient, loan terms incentivize long-term ownership, and safety features are better than ever.
Did you know that there are over 130 different dashboard warning lights that display to drivers when accounting for every make and model on the road?
Technology innovations in the automotive industry usually outpace the rules and regulations we follow. Camera usage in vehicles is currently being reviewed further. The United States plans to test and examine how side view cameras could eventually replace the traditional mirror to help drivers stay safe on roadways.
Car payments have been rising in the United States, resulting in an increase in car loan length. Part of the reason for this trend is an increase in the average price of vehicles, reaching a record high of $36,000 in 2018.
Self-driving cars appear to be in our future. Successful test runs of this technology from Uber and Waymo show that it is feasible to let our vehicles drive us automatically to where we need to go.
Electric car battery life is an interesting consideration to be made when purchasing this type of vehicle. As with most devices that require recharging, the quality of the results you receive will slowly decline with age. It’s like a smartphone that lasts all day at first but slowly over time won’t last as long.
Alex Wubbels, a nurse at University Hospital in Salt Lake City, settled on a $500,000 payment after being arrested for refusing to allow a police officer to draw blood from an unconscious patient.