If you want to buy a car from a company that actually, genuinely seems to give a damn about you, then I think Suzuki may have just proved themselves to be worthy of your business. I say this because it appears that Suzuki has issued a recall for a minor issue affecting some of their 1996 Cappuccino roadsters. And by "some," I mean "one."
First, I just want to point out how vastly better this demonstration is than the other video we had of someone jamming their car in reverse at speed. Mostly because something actually happens in this one, and I'm a sucker for things actually happening in videos. I'm just not sure I'd have guessed that this would be the particular thing to happen.
As technology further integrates into the car industry, doing things from the car continues to get easier. You can have Volvo drop off packages, talk to Amazon's Alexa and all sorts of things. But technology can also allow people to access cars long after they have sold them, which is enough to leave any buyer uncomfortable.
Those in attendance at the Formula E Buenos Aires ePrix witnessed history yesterday. Roborace debuted what's being billed as the first competitive race between self-driving cars on a professional Formula E track. How'd it go? Great! Or, it was at least great for the winning car.
Uber drivers collecting GST isn't anything new, ever since the Australian Taxation Office weighed in on the situation back in 2015. However, you may not have known that Uber took the ATO to court over the decision. The case came to a conclusion on Friday, with the Federal Court ruling in favour of the ATO.
Names are important. Names represent you and they stand in for you when you're not around. Some names sound great when they're in Italian, but don't always translate well to English.