According to Car and Driver, people say that despite the reality of having the pandemic largely behind us, they are still going to be skipping air travel in favor of road trip vacations. In fact, a 27 percent increase in people opting for long-distance driving vacations is anticipated this summer.
“Soon after I became a franchise owner in San Antonio, I landed a large dealership as my first client. It was during the onboarding process with them that I met Greg Workman who was a vendor for another company,” Mike said. “Turns out he loves NuVinAir’s product suite so much that he has determined to jump in and help me expand into Austin.
How often did we hear the phrase in 2020, “We are living in unprecedented times?” Now, as we stand on the cusp of escaping COVID-19 through mass vaccinations and slowly returning to pre-pandemic life, there will still remain long-lasting changes in how we interact and the way we do business.
The electric vehicle (EV) has shifted from the future to the here and now. As manufacturers have put billions into research and development of electric vehicles, several stand poised to join the market with those companies that currently have EVs on America’s roads.
Meet Bob Lundin, a longtime entrepreneur in the automotive and mobility industry is NuVinAir’s newest Franchisee for the central region of the United States. His territory includes North and South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri.
The Cox Automotive group recently compiled several leading predictions, based on recent research, that will affect auto dealers and car buyers in the uncertain year ahead of us. Here are just some of the research that supports their anticipated trends.