Chicago Auto Show at a glance

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You may know Chicago for its Maxwell Street Polish sausages and the famous Chicago-style hot dogs, jazz and blues scene, the Sears Tower, or even the 1920s gangsters such as Al Capone. However, this list is not complete without mentioning Chicago as a host of the nation’s largest auto show, covering more than one million square feet of exhibit space.

Before diving full head into this year’s edition, let’s rewind and take a look back at the history ...

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Shipping a car with local companies vs national auto transporters

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One thing is certain – when you are comparing and making choices you need information. But you should not just look at what the companies have to say. You need to know the real pros and cons behind your options.

Today we are going to dig deeper into the topic of local vs national companies. Our goal is to figure out which service will better suit you and why. By knowing that you will be able to pick the right company ...

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What does Trump’s tariff plan mean for car collectors?

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We from Corsia Logistics are quite fond of this whole niche. We have even made it a goal to provide the best classic car shipping services to every client. So we figured, it is important to shed some light on what these tariff changes may mean for collectors and regular people alike.

A few weeks ago, President Trump proposed a new tariff plan that has to do with imported vehicles. To put it briefly, it ...

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Can we learn from Germany’s Automobile Usage?

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In the past decades, we have seen the automobile industry appear more and more frequently in discussions about climate change and the problem of environmental pollution. Institutions around the globe have undertaken the initiative to achieve more sustainable transport and decrease the effects of driving not only on nature but also on the population’s health and lifestyle choices. US government officials have begun examining the situation in other wealthy European countries, and how they deal with this ever growing problem, ...

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BMW Station Wagon: a case for the unpopular

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The new BMW sports wagon makes me think that maybe people overseas do not have such a bad taste after all. Something peculiar is going on and we are about to find that out. So, read on!

Before we take a better look at the BMW mentioned above, it will do us well if we review the history of that vehicle. It all started with the development of the famous BMW Series 3. They are an entry level ...

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Electric vehicles and solar power go better together.

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The rapid changes in economies and the increasing power of technology have affected the automobile industry as well. Connectivity and the higher rates of mobility lead to more on-demand transportation services than ever before. People are no longer willing to own or even drive a car. They would rather share a ride with someone else. This shows how valuable their time and rest is. It shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone then that autonomous vehicles are coming to our daily ...

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How many cars do you (really) need?

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“Both my wife and I have two cars each. I own a motorbike, too. A boat at the lake and a classic at the summer house.”

Despite the sharing economy that has grown rapidly in the past years, when it comes to cars, ownership is still the king.

Generally, people prefer owning rather renting a car or sharing a ride. The problem with that is that the love for cars sometimes pervades over the need for one. A sports car, a ...

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How many cars does a family need?

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While Europeans have long been opting for public transport, bicycles, and walking, Americans seem to be determined to stick to their cars. No wonder why “the big garage” has become an essential part of the perfect American family dream house. The truth is that often an average American family is dependent on more than one vehicle.

 

According to the 2008 Experian Automotive study, an average American family relies precisely on 2.28 cars. The study showed that 66% of Americans owned two or ...

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Ways to Fight Traffic Congestion

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Traffic jams are drivers’ worst nightmare. And surprisingly, we have not yet found a solution to the problems they cause. You might have experienced rush hours in Los Angeles or San Francisco, but wait to see the situation in other countries, such as India or Brazil. Up until 2014, drivers in Sao Paolo, Brazil experienced traffic jams that regularly add up to nearly 200km.

So while we are waiting for President Trump to act upon his promise for investment in infrastructure, ...

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European Cars: Born in the West, Dying in the East

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The increasing flow of people between countries has been a hot topic for discussions and arguments in the past years. Emigration and immigration are the main drivers behind globalization. With the transformations people are experiencing under these conditions, goods are too, moving faster than ever. And so are vehicles. The flow of vehicles between people and countries is changing the future of the automotive industry.

 

Automakers are already suffering from behavioral trends in youngsters. The lack of ...

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