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    Leasing vs. Buying Cars Leasing a car- when you lease a car you are leasing a car, but you are only paying for a portion of the Car’s actual cost. You are actually paying for the portion of the car that you will using over the number of years in your lease agreement*. Buying a car- When you buy a car, you are paying for the car in it’s entirety. You will pay all of the car’s price, rather than just a portion of it. *A lease agreement is a contract from the owner of the car and the…

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    Maruti Suzuki Case Study

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    Business Portfolio The Group's principal activity is to manufacture, purchase and sale of Motor Vehicles and Spare parts. The other activities of the Group comprises of facilitation of Pre-Owned Car Sales, Fleet Management and Car Financing. The Group also provides services like framing of customized car policies, economical leasing of cars, maintenance management, registration and insurance management, emergency assistance and accident management. The product range…

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    Zoom Car Case Study

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    online reservations. Car rental agencies primarily serve people who require a temporary vehicle, for example, those who do not own their own car, travellers who are out of town, or owners of damaged or destroyed vehicles who are awaiting for repair or insurance compensation. Car rental agencies may also serve the self-moving industry needs, by renting vans or trucks, and in certain markets, other types of vehicles such as motorcycles or scooters may also be…

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    Connected Cars: Traditional Automobile Industry’s Strive for Relevance A connected car is an intelligent motor vehicle with in-built internet accessibility, which enables it to interact with a host of objects, such as – smartphones and wearables, city infrastructure such as smart parking and traffic signaling systems, surrounding motor vehicles, home/office automation devices, cloud infrastructure, etc. The traditional automotive industry is ripe for disruption over the next few years as the…

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    information given off by the smart car and smart road and use it to create safety alerts and warnings. A program that is being developed with this kind of purpose is called IntelliDrive. Intellidrive is going “to create interoperable connectivity among vehicles, infrastructure, and passengers’ wireless devices” (Row). Intellidrive will be able to create an interconnection between both the smart car and smart road providing a safer driving environment. With Intellidrive, the smart road will…

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    Different feelings can go through peoples’ mind and body. When I drove first it wasn’t with my first car. This was with my dad’s vehicle. My first car made my driving experience better. The day that I drove I didn’t expect to not only drive, but to drive a good distance. This was the first ever time I drove a vehicle by myself. Not only did I had to drive this vehicle I had to do it with a truck bed full of stuff that could easily fall out. This made me very nervous, but it also meant that I was…

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    Autonomous Vehicles A person pulls up to the red light. He looks to left, then looks to again, and takes a third glance to see what he thought he saw the first time- self-driving car. Many still think this is a figure of the imagination, but they are actually real. They are among us, and are anticipated by society. The human race has had the ability to experience self-driving vehicles for a couple of years now. It started when four to six back up sensors were installed into the rear or front…

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    Car Key Specialist Essay

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    All You Need To Know About Car Key Specialists Overview No one is immune to losing their car keys; whether you like it or not, it happens. The funny thing about the whole ordeal is that it usually happens in the unlikeliest and the strangest of places. Public/private restrooms, your ex-girlfriend’s/boyfriend’s house, a restaurant, all make up the strangest places to lose your keys. Strange because that is the last place you’d think to have lost them. That’s why, in most cases, car keys usually…

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    The Age Of Speed = fast - not sold on safety but on speed - car fulfilled a desire need to go fast Martinetti wrote “Futurist Manifesto” - art statements that glorified what they want to do - vehicles are “snorting beasts” - love danger, revolt and audacity, splendor of the world, beauty of speed and struggle after einstein revealed studies with space and time, advances in space travel Rosenquist’s “No Man” = traveling by car, diff experience, everywhere and nowhere train travel - train…

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    such possibilities that these autonomous vehicle companies be bought or influenced by such commercial giants that they get paid to blacklist certain locations of competitors. Even worse still is the idea that they could force larger payments for transportation to certain public places. Radically authoritarian governments could also manipulate their destinations as a means of control, like as if they were to stop a vehicle on demand. If the public service vehicles use identification for payments,…

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