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Analysis Shows Without Legislation Car Repairs Will Cost More

REPAIR Act and SMART Act research papers argue Right to Repair solutions needed in wake of advancing technology.

Fullbay’s ‘State of H-D Repair Survey’ Now Open

The anonymous survey asks industry professionals to share their experiences with heavy-duty repair shops over the past year.

S&P Global Mobility Issues September Light Vehicle Forecast

The industry continues to be influenced by challenges such as supply chain pressures coupled with economic headwinds.

Overheard: E-Commerce as a Percentage of Sales Ticks Upward

Ever since the lockdowns, e-commerce has been far above the long-term trend.

Automotive E-Commerce to Reach $176.24B Globally by 2030 

Increased penetration of smartphones, rapid growth of aftermarket services, and new payment modes are driving growth.

HDA Truck Pride Store offers PhaseZero eCommerce Platform
New Report Explores Global Readiness for EV Transition

New study explores opinions from automotive execs and consumers regarding the switch from ICE to electric vehicles.

CarMD Releases Annual Check Engine Light Ranking

CarMD publishes this report annually to bring awareness about the importance of check engine light health.

S&P Global Mobility: August Vehicle Sales Data

S&P Global Mobility sees increasing economic uncertainty crimping fourth-quarter consumer demand.

Nearly Half of Late-Model Pickups Get Modified

New “2022 SEMA Pickup Accessorization Report” available now at www.sema.org/research.

Cost Of Car Ownership In The U.S. Increases 5%

doxoINSIGHTS reveals that, on average, Americans spend a total of $743 billion a year on auto loans and insurance combined.

Ipsos Research: Consumers Prefer EVs Over AVs

Almost half of drivers (49%) said they’re interested in an EV, only 31% would be interested in a fully autonomous car.

Electric Powertrain Market To Hit $1B by 2031

Allied Market Research sees rise in sales of EVs and strict vehicular emission norms driving this growth.