How Can Technology Alleviate Port Congestion?

By |2022-08-12T13:15:39-07:0008/12/2022|Car Shipping, Drayage|

Most experts agree that the causes of port congestion are much more structural than simply seasonal difficulties. And in recent years, Coronavirus that have disrupted supply chains, and political volatility, have only added to port congestion that existed before. Having containers waiting up to two weeks to be dispatched is commonplace [...]

How to protect yourself when shipping your vehicle

By |2022-06-21T12:53:43-07:0004/11/2022|Car Shipping|

While shipping your vehicle may seem straightforward, there are many ways your vehicle shipping can go wrong. We've heard of all kinds, from poor customer services, and frauds to companies that hold your vehicle until you pay extra. Unfortunately, consumers are not always well protected in the auto transport industry. Here [...]

How Shipping Cars Will Be Different in 2018

By |2021-01-27T13:11:12-08:0002/14/2018|Car Shipping|

Today’s technological advances have made shipping for consumers so easy and efficient, now waiting for our online orders to be delivered has made us love the mailman that much more. What in past took took over a week, is now being delivered in two days - and even the same day. [...]

New Law Could Make Fixing Cars & Trucks Easier for DIYers

By |2019-12-03T11:38:49-08:0011/21/2015|Car Shipping|

In 1998, President Clinton signed into law the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), which was designed to prevent online companies from infringing on each other’s technologies, as well as protect software platforms and other forms of digital technology from copying, modification, or bypassing of protection encryption. One provision in the DMCA [...]

SPY Car Act Would Protect Cars from Hackers

By |2019-12-03T11:45:50-08:0007/31/2015|Car Shipping|

 U.S. Senator Edward Markey (D-Massachusetts) introduced Bill S.1806 on July 21 for greater auto safety standards. Titled the SPY Car Act of 2015, it would “require used car dealers to repair defects in the vehicles they sell, eliminate caps on fines for automakers and impose criminal penalties on auto executives who [...]

Bill Would Require Collision Avoidance Systems as Standard in New Cars

By |2015-07-04T11:24:04-07:0007/04/2015|Car Shipping|

The U.S. Senate’s Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation is considering legislation that would require U.S. auto regulators to include collision-avoidance system information in new car safety ratings. U.S. Sens. Dean Heller, R-Nev., and Ed Markey, D-Mass., proposed “The Safety Through Informed Consumers Act” (S.1535) on June 10, along with U.S. [...]

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