Letters to the Editor
Safety regulations need attentionMarch 19
Jackson ignores back of the storeMarch 19
AutoNation's Mike Jackson looks only at the front of the dealership (sales), just like most other dealers and chain store operators. As such, he is not paying attention to the back of the store (parts and service), where losses in warranty and policy dollars continue to mount.
A wide field for electric trucksMarch 5
UAW members will have eyes open nowMarch 5
Dyson's EV plans great for BritainMarch 5
Missed chance to honor MarchionneMarch 5
Ram's MLK spot a great reminderFeb. 26
Vehicle addresses refueling, rangeFeb. 26
Quick, convenient refueling and adequate driving range are keys to widespread acceptance of electrified vehicles, and a Detroit-area inventor, Lee Caudill, has received a patent for a vehicle that addresses these issues.
GM's dangerous game of JengaFeb. 26
Battery-swapping for urban dwellersFeb. 19
No GM Rewards, no bonus eitherFeb. 19
Self-driving fleets a service opportunityFeb. 12
While I agree with most of Gary Silberg's “'Islands of autonomy' on the horizon for U.S. market” (Jan. 29), I want to take the conclusions a step further and outline the potential for automotive retailers.