There may be a way to zero deaths But is there a will?

The auto industry is on the cusp of a startling prospect: What if nobody died in traffic accidents? It's a huge leap from the stance acceptance that road fatalities are regrettable but inevitable to an attitude closer to the commercial aviation standard: Any death is extraordinary and requires immediate remedial action. Such a shift wouldn't be easy.

Automakers must learn to value supplier partners

How many times must automakers repeat errors before learning a lesson?

As off-lease alarm sounds, industry has time to adjust

After years of high trade-in values, automakers and lenders must adjust to a flow of off-lease vehicles swinging from scarcity to oversupply.

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