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Streamlining Total Loss Lienholder Payments (Claim Payment Challenge Part 2)
In part 1 of this four-part series, we introduced four inherent claim payment challenges involved with paper check...
Electric vehicles have yet to dip down into the “economy car” price range. Today, the median price for an electric vehicle will set you back anywhere between $22,490 for a Nissan Leaf to $72,000 for a Tesla Model X, according to EnergySage.com. However, as is the trend with most new-to-market technologies, the purchase price should begin to drop as demand drives increased competition and economies of scale reduce production costs.
The introduction of driverless cars in the U.S. is no longer an idea that’s years in the future. In fact, General Motors has plans to release its own driverless vehicle, which has no steering wheel or pedals, for commercial ride services in 2019, along with other automakers.