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The usefulness of renting a vehicle has become a typical expense for many people in today’s world. Those who want to rent a car with more luxurious features will pay more for their purchase. But…
Before the novel coronavirus pandemic crisis got its fangs into the global community, the auto industry was humming and things like mobility as a service and public transportation were roaring into fantastic developments found mostly…
Despite the presently twisted scenario we find ourselves in right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, today’s market still demands strong relationships with your clients. From acquisition to retention, the growth of your business…
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we meet with Future of Public Transportation Author and Host of Transit Unplugged Podcast Paul Comfort. Also in the news: Geneva Auto Show Canceled Due to Coronavirus; GM’s Cruise cleared to carry passengers in self-driving cars in California; Tesla Refuses to Release Auto Pilot Data
This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we welcome Jason Unrau from AutomotiveCopyWriter.com and Katherine Swan from InteliChek to talk about cost-plus pricing, the Women’s World Cup, VOTL, and Tesla’s Secret Lab to create battery cells.
In our Season II Finale of AC ON AIR, co-hosts Ryan Gerardi and Terry Lancaster are joined by Special Guests Amanda Ryan and Steve Roessler talking about Game of Thrones Season 8 beginning, a rogue Cox Automotive Employee, and Marriott taking on Airbnb in the Home-Rental Market.
With Boeing under fire for potentially faulty safety features involving autonomous technology, we take an opportunity to talk about the push for self-driving semi trucks – the need for and the ramifications to consider.
On National Good Samaritan Day, news is released that President Trump has ordered all Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 planes be grounded in the US. This affects Southwest and American Airlines primarily. Meanwhile, Elon Musk reverses Tesla’s recent announcement to close stores. Should investors be concerned?
In this episode of AC ON AIR, host Ryan Gerardi talks with Terry Lancaster from The Get Ya Some Radio Show about his conversation with Marketing Rebellion Author Mark Schaefer, who suggests that the most human companies win. But what does this mean?