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There are two primary cases that address the notion of damages in the diminished value context.The seminal case is that of Siegle vs. Progressive Consumer’s Insurance Company, 819 So.2d 732 (Florida 2002). The Siegle case, which was heard in fro
This week in 1886, the German engine designer Karl Benz patented the Benz Patent Motorwagen, widely considered the world's first car.
A new investment boom to make engines in Brazil is on the way. These ideas have been around since 2011 and took firmer shape when the government imposed the new, five-year (2013-2017) Inovar-Auto automotive regime which makes it necessary for automakers building cars here to purchase more locally-made components.
So you’ve been hypermiling the wheels off that new Volt, and now it needs tires. How can you be sure the new ones meet or exceed the low rolling resistance of the original rubber so your carefully curated lifetime fuel economy average doesn’t plunge? Would a set of $77 Fuzion Tourings torpedo your electric range? [...]
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