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Visa introduces secure payments for automotive industrsy
By ABR Staff Writer
Visa has announced that it has extended its Visa Token Service available to the automotive industry for easy and secure mode of payment for car-based commerce.
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Ford recalls more than 450,000 vehicles in North America
By ABR Staff Writer
Ford has announced two safety recalls for 450,013 vehicles in North America due to issues with the fuel tank and steering column.
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Ford introduces innovative front seat architecture
By ABR Staff Writer
There are many differences between driving a Ford Focus and an F-150 pickup, but both vehicles share one important feature – the comfort of their front seats.
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Porsche recalls 58,881 Macan S and Macan Turbo vehicles
By ABR Staff Writer
Porsche is recalling 58,881 Macan S and Macan Turbo vehicles due to fuel leak.
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Ford introduces Focus RS with new engine
The unique EcoBoost engine in the all-new Focus RS will produce 350 horsepower – far exceeding original estimates of 315 – along with 350 lb.-ft. torque.
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Keller Rohrback advocates for Volkswagen consumers nationwide
Attorneys at Keller Rohrback have now filed five class action lawsuits on behalf of plaintiffs in 29 states and Washington D.C. against Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. and Germany-based Volkswagen AG on behalf of consumers across the nation.
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Burson Group to acquire Metcash Automotive
By ABR Staff Writer
Australia-based automotive aftermarket parts distributors Burson Group has inked an agreement to acquire Metcash Automotive Holdings from Metcash Trading in a deal valued at $275m.
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Daimler announces the beginning of FleetBoard Drivers' League
Starting on June 1, it will be time again for drivers from 19 European countries as well as from Brazil and South Africa to compete against each other in the FleetBoard Drivers' League. The competition is about achieving the best score for driving style in everyday trucking routine as determined by the FleetBoard operating analysis.
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BMW breaks ground on vehicle distribution center in Texas
By ABR Staff Writer
BMW breaks ground on vehicle distribution center in Galveston, Texas, US, to serve dealers within four states in the southern region.
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Rolls-Royce commences construction on Technology and Logistics Centre in UK
By ABR Staff Writer
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has commenced the construction on the company’s new Technology and Logistics Centre at Bognor Regis, UK.
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Renault Espace to use Tenneco’s Intelligent Suspension
Tenneco announced today that Renault has chosen the latest generation of Tenneco’s Continuously Variable Semi-Active suspension system (CVSAe) for the new Espace which made its debut at the Paris Motor Show.
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Tesla to recall Model S in Norway
By ABR Staff Writer
Tesla is planning to recall its Model S electric cars in Norway due to issues with the motor / transmission assembly.
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Campers to feature Mercedes-Benz Sprinter based technology
By ABR Staff Writer
Mercedes-Benz has announced that it is expanding its Sprinter based driver assistance systems to campers vans.
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Continental Automotive agreed to pay $4m in fine for bid rigging
By ABR Staff Writer
The US Department of Justice announced that Continental Automotive Electronics and Continental Automotive Korea have agreed agreed to plead guilty for bid rigging of vehicle equipment sold to vehicle makers in the country.
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TravelCenters of America introduces diesel additive program to help drivers cope with winter conditions
TravelCenters of America (TravelCenters), operator of the TA and Petro Stopping Centers travel center brands, is continuing its annual winter diesel additive program to help trucking fleets and professional drivers weather what is forecasted and already shaping up to be a difficult winter. The additized fuel dispenses directly from TA and Petro fuel dispensers, and helps to eliminate breakdowns due to fuel line and filter freezing and corrosion.
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