In-depth Analysis of COVID-19 Impact on Automotive Voice Command System Market

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Jul 27, 2020 (PRNews Times via COMTEX) —
Post COVID-19 Impact on Automotive Voice Command System Market

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Tesla Owners Love Their Cars, Despite Their Faults

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Love is blind. It’s official — well, unofficial — that true love enables car owners to overlook a lot of faults.

The Tesla all-electric-vehicle brand is Exhibit A.

According to J.D. Power, the very same people who rated Tesla the (unofficial) No. 1 in the 2020 J.D. Power Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout Study released this week, also rated Tesla dead last (also unofficially) in the recent J.D. Power Initial Quality Study.

Insiders sometimes refer to the APEAL study as “things

Top Auto Dealer’s Profit Aided by Shift to Online Car Sales

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(Bloomberg) — AutoNation Inc. said the thousands of staff it dismissed in the midst of the pandemic may not be called back because consumers are making a permanent shift to buying vehicles online.

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AutoNation now has about 21,000 employees, down from roughly 25,000 at the end of last year, Chief Executive Officer Mike Jackson said in an interview. The job cuts, along with a broader restructuring that took place at the beginning of 2019, helped AutoNation reduce expenses and deliver adjusted earnings per share that beat analysts’ highest estimate for the second quarter.

“We may add some as

Uneven auto insurance rate hikes in N.B. are shifting where the deals are

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New Brunswick drivers looking for the best deal on car insurance this fall and winter may have to switch companies to get it, as major shifts in the province’s insurance markets alter where the lowest prices can be found.

“You always have to ask that question,” said Justin Thouin, chief executive officer of the auto insurance pricing website lowestrates.ca

“Everybody needs to compare to make sure that they’re paying the lowest price possible and they need to compare annually because the company that was best for you one year might not be the company that’s best for you the next