New tech will soon be able to replace parts of your car that are no longer needed.
The new technology, which will be called a “dash cam” by automakers, will allow for remote diagnostics, and even take your car to the cleaners.
The first model that is likely to receive the new technology is the Chevrolet Silverado, which has the capability to read the car’s internal wiring, and it will have a built-in camera that will scan the car for problems.
This is part of a larger trend to make the car easier to diagnose and repair.
According to a recent report by Autodata, in 2020, only 7% of new cars were still in use, and this is expected to fall to around 8% by 2025.
The trend to give cars more mobility could result in more consumers taking the time to find out if their car is still functional.
It will be important for automakers to keep in mind that consumers are still very much buying cars, and they need to be smart about when and how to replace them.
The technology will make it easier for owners to know when their car has been serviced, and to track down problems that could have caused it to fail.
If you or anyone you know needs help, call the National Consumer Law Center at 800-382-8686 or visit the website at www.consumerlawcenter.org.