Archive for July, 2013
According to Worldometers, there have been nearly 33 million cars produced so far this year across the world. Being that we are in July, that puts the average monthly production at just shy of five million cars. With 86 percent of Americans, almost 270 million of us, using a car to commute to work, according to the United States Census Bureau, you can imagine how many automobiles drive down our streets everyday. With this daily wear and tear, of course, the cars are bound to break down from old age and regular maintenance issues.
What if a resident of New York State has just purchased a brand new 2014 version of their favorite American make and model, and a few days later the car breaks down? Surely it cannot be normal wear and tear. They take their car back to the dealer where the mechanics try to fix it