Way Interglobal today (Oct. 19) announced two new organizational changes to keep pace with the major growth the company is experiencing. Chris Greer, who has been vice president of operations for the past year, will be appointed to a newly created role of vice president of research and development and product development. Greer has been […]
The Association of Dealership Compliance Officers (ADCO) will conduct its first virtual Seminar and Certification Oct. 20-22, 2020. The online event reflects a move from an onsite venue. According to Linda Robertson, SPHR, executive director and corporate president of ADCO, “Moving to a virtual event hasn’t changed our speaker lineup or program content. Attendees will […]
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The following is the latest list of RV recalls complied by the National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA): • Navistar Inc. is recalling 14 2021 International MV and HV vehicles equipped with feature code 10EWW, 10EYD, 10HYR, or 10JPJ (Fifth wheel, stationary), 10HJA (Fifth wheel, air slide) or 10WDN (Fifth wheel mounting angles). The vehicles […]
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Cummins (NYSE:CMI) announced today (Oct. 19) the addition of two new Digital Master Controls (DMC), DMC2000 and 6000 to its suite of PowerCommand power system paralleling products. The new Master Control products are enhanced to meet market needs while supporting a wide range of configurations suiting various design complexities. The pre-engineered system level controls […]
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Gasoline demand, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), back tracked for the week ending Oct. 9, decreasing from 8.90 million b/d to 8.58 million b/d, according to AAA. Lower demand, even as total domestic stocks decreased by 1.6 million bbl to 225.1 million bbl and imports fell to their lowest rate since Sept. 18, […]
Following more than 55,000 customer opinions on approximately 800 companies – WEINSBERG was honored for the fourth time in succession with the German Fairness Award in the motorhomes & caravans category, according to a press release from the company. The TV news channel n-tv and the German Institute for Service Quality award the prize to […]
As most of the world still struggles with the coronavirus pandemic, China is showing once again that a fast economic rebound is possible when the virus is brought firmly under control, writes Keith Bradsher for a report published by The New York Times. The Chinese economy surged 4.9 percent in the July-to-September quarter compared with […]
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The more that consumers buy vehicles online and have them delivered directly to their driveway, the less it matters how extravagant the dealership showroom is, writes Lindsay VanHulle for a report published by Automotive News. Or so dealers argue. Several automakers relaxed deadlines for brand image and facility upgrade programs in the early days of […]
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Everyone who lives in an RV has most likely tripped a breaker at one time, according to a report published by MobileRVing.com. Most of the time, too many devices running at once cause the breaker to trip. How do you determine the maximum number of appliances you can run on your system? A Little Bit […]
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EDITOR’S NOTE: This opinion piece was written by Nick Smith for The Hill. California is reeling from extensive damage caused by devastating wildfires that have burned millions of acres and destroyed thousands of structures. Now the bill is coming due, even as firefighters continue working to extinguish the blazes policymakers are faced with billion-dollar questions. Exactly how […]
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