With the largest tire inventory in the Northeast and 12 locations serving New York and Vermont, one would think there is little time for kicking back and relaxing at Adirondack Tire & Service. But with the help of machine learning, natural language processing and conversational artificial intelligence, Adirondack employees are seeing a reduction in administrative workload AND an…

June 16, 2019 Artificial intelligence supports work of dealership service advisers Alysha Webb Visit the service drive at Volkswagen Pasadena in suburban Los Angeles, and you will likely be approached by one of the dealership’s five service advisers. But if it’s a busy day, you can check in with one of the virtual advisers at…

Quick Facts: Americans drive, on average, the least during winter months (January through March) at 25.7 miles daily; they drive the most during the summer months (July through September) at 30.6 miles daily. [AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety] By easing into a stop, rather than slamming on the pedal, you’ll extend the life of your...

Barry Steinberg’s grandmother used to call him “plier fingers.” He was always taking something apart and putting it back together. Little did she know that her grandson would later go on to own four of the best tire and automotive service providers in the Boston area. Barry was working at a bar in a New…

From Air Force to Auto Repair: Jason Brennan’s Journey to Owning One of the Top Shops in the South Suburbs of Chicago Many veterans have trouble re-assimilating into their civilian life and into the private sector upon return. Luckily for Jason Brennan, owner of Fine Tune Automotive, he had a passion for fixing things starting…

From Headlines to Legislation to the Streets On Good Friday in Washington, DC, a longtime cycling activist was struck and killed by a man driving a stolen van at more than twice the posted speed limit. David Salovesh, a well-known advocate for protected bike lanes and safer streets, was the first cyclist killed in Metro…