2020 Automotive E-Commerce Report

For OEMs and retailers, selecting and onboarding the necessary digital retail technology to grow online sales and service is a massive undertaking. The biggest challenge is finding the right technology to power the entire transaction online.

The right technology should make the process easier and more efficient for both buyers and sellers. Car companies have spent millions trying to build technology over the years but getting it right has proven

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NOT WHAT WE DO: Ontario classic car culture under fire

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As the tire smoke cleared from the streets of Wasaga Beach after the unsanctioned and reckless ‘H2Oi’ car meet on the Sept. 25-27 weekend, nobody was more horrified than area classic car clubs, which  — thanks to sloppy journalism by some Toronto-based TV news reports — were unfairly implicated in what happened.

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“This whole thing started … when

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Bicycle sales in India grow by over two-folds in last five months

People in many cities have to wait to buy a bicycle of their choice due to a massive surge in demand. Bicycle sales in India have grown by over two-folds in the last five months as people are opting for this cheapest mode of transport to cover short to medium amid coronavirus pandemic.  According to the All India Bicycle Manufacturers Association (AICMA), a total of 41,80,945 bicycles have been sold

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General Motors’ Talks With Nikola Continue, but There’s No Deal Yet

General Motors (NYSE:GM) said today that its talks with embattled electric-truck start-up Nikola (NASDAQ:NKLA) are continuing, but there’s no deal yet.

In remarks during GM’s third-quarter earnings conference call, CEO Mary Barra confirmed that “discussions with Nikola about a commercial transaction” continue, but the deal hasn’t yet closed. She declined to provide any guidance on when that might happen. 

GM and Nikola said on Sept. 8 that they had agreed

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Transportation committee endorses Barrhaven LRT route, despite opposition from renters



a large long train on a track near a grassy field: An artist's rendering of how new bridges on Woodroffe Avenue and at the adjacent Transitway would be built over the Via Rail tracks, with an additional crossing at Fallowfield Road in the distance.


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An artist’s rendering of how new bridges on Woodroffe Avenue and at the adjacent Transitway would be built over the Via Rail tracks, with an additional crossing at Fallowfield Road in the distance.

Residents whose rental homes could be demolished by the proposed $3-billion Barrhaven LRT route accused the city on Monday of caring more about traffic than the wellbeing of families in the tight-knit

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