The second in a series of articles by James Carter on how mobility is changing is now available at AutoServiceWorld.
“The Impact of Dieselgate” examines the cause and fall-out of Volkswagen’s recent emissions scandal.
Carter is a prominent automotive consultant in Canada, specializing in the quickly evolving field of “new mobility.” The series of exclusive articles, sponsored by Chevron, looks at trends that will impact the automotive service and repair industry, as well as parts manufacturing and distribution.
Among other topics, Carter will also discuss how autonomous vehicles are expected to change the repair landscape, the dominance of fleet business in new mobility (taxi-bots / ground drones), how new technology will create different mobility business models for ASPs, why fuel cells may begin to show the way forward, and how connected cars and forward-thinking ASPs will impact how consumers think about maintenance?
Check out Part 2 of the NEW MOBILITY SERIES here, and look for additional articles in the weeks to come… only at AutoServiceWorld.com.