COSTA MESA, Calif.: 19 July 2018 — Overall network quality has improved year over year, reflecting reduced problems in call quality, data quality and texting, according to the J.D. Power 2018 U.S. Wireless Network Quality StudySM—Vol. 2.
MUNICH: 17 July 2018 — Despite identifying more problems with their premium vehicles during the first three years of ownership than owners of volume vehicles, premium vehicle owners in Germany are more likely to repurchase the same brand of vehicle, according to the J.D. Power 2018 Germany Vehicle Dependability StudySM (VDS), released today.
Picture this: It is the year 2035 in Japan and you have just hailed a car from a car-sharing company with your smartwatch. An all-electric, fully automated car arrives with no driver onboard. After telling the car of the destination, you are free to work! Your mind is at ease since the risk of collisions and being stuck in traffic is very low due to the high volume of automated vehicles on the highways.
The U.S. senior living industry serves more than 1 million residents in more than 40,000 independent, assisted living, and memory care communities nationwide.
The J.D. Power Senior Living Certification recognizes the contributions such communities have made in improving quality of life for both older adults and family caregivers. It also recognizes the need to provide those same consumers with the valuable information to make an informed decision when choosing a community.
Introduction Most people will tell you that you don’t need a vehicle like the 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe. They’ll say that it’s a waste, that a minivan will do nearly every job just as well, that it guzzles fuel, and that it’s too big for the city.
The heck with them. Sometimes, the heart wants what the heart wants. And sometimes the heart wants lots of space and a big V-8 engine.
U.S. safety regulators are making a new push for more consumer outreach and are urging automakers to post updates on their websites of plans to replace defective Takata air bag inflators in millions of vehicles. It’s been estimated in news reports that only about 42% of these air bag inflators that could explode in crashes in model-year 2002-2015 vehicles recalled have been replaced.