January 23, 2021

Automotive Defense Specialists Announces Popularity Metrics on Post Regarding Defense Attorney Against California’s Bureau of Automotive Repair – Press Release

Automotive Defense Specialists is a legal team focused on defending technicians and repair station owners against the Bureau of Automotive Repair. The law firm is announcing a new post metrics regarding finding a defense attorney.

SAN FRANCISCO – September 30, 2020 – (Newswire.com)

Automotive Defense Specialists, a law firm defending SMOG technicians and station owners against California’s Bureau of Automotive Repair, is proud to announce new popularity metrics of one of its key blog posts. The post explains some of the basics in selecting a defense attorney should one be confronted with an accusation, citation, or other regulatory issue from the Bureau of Automotive Repair.¬†

“Many auto repair station owners and technicians feel overwhelmed when confronted by California’s Bureau of Automotive Repair,” explains attorney William Ferreira of Automotive Defense Specialists. “We’re proud of the success metrics of our post on this issue¬†and hope that it helps hard-working SMOG technicians

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9 Manufacturers Poised to Take Advantage of California’s Gas Car Ban

A Tesla car sits parked at a Tesla Supercharger on September 23, in Petaluma, California. According to consumer reviews on Vehicle History, nine manufacturers occupy a positive space in consumer minds with electric or hybrid vehicles. Tesla is at the top of this list.
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California Governor Gavin Newsom’s executive order banning the sale of new gas vehicle sales in 2035 comes with the potential to dictate national trends. Which manufacturers are in the best position today to capitalize on this mandate?

Established players and newer entrants to the electric vehicle space are already in an arms race for range, reliability, consumer interest and technology. Consumer reviews of existing electric vehicles from Vehicle History offer insight into the companies in pole position to capture market share during a more significant push to electrification.

Newsom’s ban only applies to vehicles sold in California. Still, like standards imposed by the European

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