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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
The term “when pigs fly” has long been a term of incredulity, describing disbelief at far-fetched or unbelievable claims. Maybe the new term should be “when dogs drive.” But that hasn’t stopped Subaru from putting our four-legged friends in the drivers’ seat of the 2014 Forester in a series of four commercials that will be [...]
The 51st Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona included a record 77 lead changes in the Daytona Prototype class, six GT cars finishing on the lead lap, 2,524 miles completed by the winning team and a blistering lap of 126.669 mph turned in by Scott Dixon.
Hendrick Motorsports will field an entry for Chase Elliott in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for nine events.
In the global world of auto manufacturing, it’s hard to predict for all the potential variables that can affect the business. Despite record 2012 sales, Hyundai’s fourth-quarter profit declined by more than analysts’ expectations. Although the company still showed a profit for the quarter, bringing in $1.8 billion, the figure was 5.5 percent lower than [...]
Ever wonder what the road course at Daytona International Speedway looks like to a driver from inside the car? Well, Audi of America produced and posted a video on Jan.