German automotive supplier Duerr has halted its activities in Iran, which has been hit by the reintroduction of U.S. sanctions this week that include threats to blacklist any companies trading with the Islamic republic.
Quickly fading are the days when we were free to dream of cranking a lever connected to cables that would squeeze the brakes and break traction, as more and more modern cars replace cabled emergency and parking brake systems with simply a button. But there’s a lot of good reasons for it, so here’s how electronic parking brakes work.
As part of the sanctions that Donald Trump has reimposed on Iran, one of the industries that is going to be hit hard is car production.
J.D. Power released its 2018 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study in February.
The increases would go into effect on August 23.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s desire to isolate the Iranian economy seems to be working.
The Japanese automaker joins Nissan, Subaru, and others under scrutiny.