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Mercedes-AMG Is Making It Known That They Have Electric Plans!

Mercedes-AMG, which happens to be the in-house performance brand, is excited to let people know that they have all-electric performance vehicles that are likely to be a bigger thing in the future. Mercedes-AMG, much like the Benz compatriot, is looking to make an electric transition soon enough. They have vehicles that are going to be based on the Mercedes-EQ architecture. This is to say that Mercedes-AMG is looking to redevelop the vehicles, with the drive, chassis, brakes, sound, and design. Mercedes-AMG is telling ...
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Tesla and Their “Full Self-Driving” Add-On A $10,000 State Of Automation


Tesla is hoping that the new Full Self-Driving software that is being rolled out to Tesla Owners across the United States will be a roaring success. But to be totally honest? It might not even be second best. That's because there's still tentative opposition against the Tesla FSD software. This being because that although the "City Streets" add-on will only be pricable at $10,000, the software still is required to achieve total autonomy. To the 3rd level. As is the mandate from the Society of Automotive Engineers. To get to level 3, these Tesla models must not require ...
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Large Expenditures: Should They Or Shouldn’t They Be Depreciable?

The IRS is on our backs. And truly 2020 will have it's say in how we feel about it, as return filing begins in the following week. February 12th, for all intensive purposes, is already getting to owner-operators as they gather info and documents. While also trying to decide with financial counsel what is proper for large expenditures. One of the many, is based on how to treat large expenditures on truck/trailer equipment which can be depreciable. As it turns out, every owner-operator knows when truck/trailer purchase ...
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General Motors Has A Startup Raising $2 Billion Thanks To Microsoft

General Motors

Did you know that General Motors is doing everything they can to make Cruise, their self-driving startup, become a big deal? I didn't, and we write about cars all the time! In any case, their startup has come through with $2 billion dollars in financing. And it's all thanks to Microsoft. (Suppose they're interested in entering the self-driving game.) Now, unlike other automakers just making autonomous driving a slice of their division, General Motors just went ahead and bought out Cruise. ...
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Uber Freight: Worth The Wait? Yet To Be Seen. But, it sounds great!

Uber Freight

This virus is really a pain in the rear end. It's slowing down our economy, it's limiting our lifestyles and it's even making the biggest leaders of rideshares? Dubious. Mighty dubious. Uber freight is really on the ropes this time as their quarter results are so much stronger than last year's. But will this improvement, however vast, fit inside the current plan for Uber's infrastructure? It's not yet to be seen. Their revenue alone went from 32% in the third quarter of last year to way more this year. (Specifically speaking, from $218 million to $288 million.) This is ...
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GMC Has Had Other Electric Vehicles That Were Trucks Before


GMC is killing it after having shown their Hummer EV. And true, the Hummer EV may be the absolute first EV aimed at individual consumers… But is it the first commercial truck, powered by electricity? The answer is no. Back in the 1910s, Rapid Motor Vehicle Company, a small automaker who was later swallowed by GMC, had made nine different models of electric trucks in the lineup, as well as gasoline models. Different models were under the assignment of several numb ...
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Connected Car Features to Erase Many Current Pain Points

Connected Car

Innovation With Regard to Passenger Cars but some Aspects Remain Unchanged On the brink of innovation, the automotive sector and manufacturers are looking to provide customers with cars that can enhance their driving experience with a connected car. There has been tremendous evolution over the years with regard to passenger cars. This is in regard to the digitization of instruments and dials, such as the speedometer, and implementation of GPS, which make it simpler to find routes. But overall the dashboard ...
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HUMMER Electric Slides Into A Crab Walk: What’s Still True?


GMC has given us a teaser of it's electric Hummer rotating both pairs of wheels a full forty-five degrees. This demonstrates a new feature for four-wheel steering, which they branded as crab-walk. The GMC Electric Hummer, is said to be initially available in fall of 2021. It comes highly-anticipated with multiple features that are sure to kick Tesla's Cyber Truck to the curb. 11,500 pounds heavy, an open air infinity roof, and the speed to carry this level of metal to 60 mph in three seconds. What's more, it has 1,00 ...
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Making a Road Trip From The East Coast to Austin

road trip

Driving to Austin, Texas, and want to make a road trip out of it? There are some routes that can make the drive from the East Coast to Austin memorable. Waking up early for this drive might be best, especially if you want to see the outdoors in Virginia. If you're coming from NYC, for instance, the recommended route is Interstate 95 south. Heading to DC, you can see some spectacular views of the city. Eventually ...
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