Tuesday Ticker: June 7, 2022

Toronto, Ontario —  Listen up for this weekly stock report! This week, a Quebec-based convenience giant teases plans to grow bigger, while a new rideshare service tests the waters in smaller B.C. cities. Charge with Couche-Tard Alimentation Couche-Tard said it has deployed “hundreds” of electric vehicle chargers available at 200+ North American locations over the […]

Tuesday Ticker: May 24, 2022

Toronto, Ontario ⁠— Ford throws seven million more Rivian shares up for sale while Uber tries to offset its losses in Collision Repair’s weekly Tuesday Ticker.  Red-tag item, Rivian Last week, it was reported Ford Motor Co. had offloaded eight million shares in electric vehicle startup Rivian. On Monday, May 16, the automaker sold a […]

Tuesday Ticker: April 5, 2022

Toronto, Ontario — In this weekly Tuesday Ticker, Uber celebrates ten years in Canada with some key statistics and Hertz plans to add more electric vehicles to its global fleets. Uber’s uber growth Uber shared some key Canadian statistics alongside its 10-year anniversary of operating in the nation–including the fact that Uber drivers and delivery […]

Green Fleet: Plug’n Drive partners with Uber Canada

Toronto, Ontario — On Feb. 9, Uber Canada announced their decision to partner with Plug’n Drive, a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for drivers to learn about the switch from gas to electric. This partnership aims to support their environmental goals is easing the switch to electric, something 71 percent of Canadian Uber drivers expressed […]

EV/AV Report: January 3, 2022

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, new details are divulged on the Project Arrow concept EV being developed by the APMA, Uber prepares for a driverless food-delivery pilot project in California and General Motors quite literally took a shot across Tesla’s bow. Path of the Arrow An executive from the […]

Tuesday Ticker: December 14, 2021

Toronto, Ontario ⁠— This week it’s all about the electric automakers as Tesla shares drop and Rivian sees a rise.  Up and down Despite Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s recently-announced title of TIME Magazine’s 2021 Person of the Year, Tesla stock fell sharply on Monday. Shares fell about 4.7 percent amid Monday’s trading. Analysts suspect the […]

Tuesday Ticker: November 30, 2021

Toronto, Ontario ⁠— This week, Uber and Lyft overtake Vancouver and Lion Electric marks gains thanks to a repeat buyer. Taxi? Hail no! Trips via ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft outnumber taxi rides in Vancouver two-to-one, according to recent statistics commissioned by the BC Passenger Transportation Board and compiled by Hara Associates. Researchers in […]

Tuesday Ticker: September 7, 2021

Toronto, Ontario ⁠— This week, Tesla admits to Cybertruck delays, Apple continues its search for an OEM partner in Asia and Uber implements a benefits program following a long-winded debate with its independently contracted workers. Parts delays, or lost in space? Tesla’s Cybertruck debut has fallen about a year behind schedule and won’t start production […]

Tuesday Ticker: August 17, 2021

Toronto, Ontario —Uber faces a new Ontario class action suit, Boyd reports 44.4 percent higher sales numbers for Q2 2021 and ABCD—all in this week’s edition of the Collision Repair mag Tuesday Ticker. Uber caught in class action Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice has certified a class-action lawsuit against Uber, which furthers a fight for […]

Sky High: Flying cars a reality by 2030 according to Hyundai

Seoul, South Korea – Flying cars will be seen in our cities by 2030, according to Michael Cole, chief executive for European operations at South Korean automaker Hyundai. “Urban air mobility will offer great opportunity to free up congestion in cities, to help with emissions, whether that’s intra-city mobility in the air or whether it’s […]