What started off during COVID when automakers slowed production to keep pace with consumers not spending money turned into a global shortage of cars that has only been worsened by a global chip shortage. The chips that we are talking about power pretty much every electronic device you have at home. In this blog, we... Read More.
by Lori Straus If you’ve been trying to buy a new car lately, you may have noticed a delay in delivery. That’s due to a shortage in semiconductor microchips. These components run everything from a vehicle’s infotainment system to its brakes, power steering, and sensors. In this blog post, we’ll quickly outline how the chip... Read More.