Features | Auto Finance News - Part 9

Who Will Own Autonomous Vehicle Rideshare?

The car you drive to work has a steering wheel, a floor pedal, an infotainment system, and an emotionally intelligent AI system that can understand your driving patterns and preferences.But when you arrive to work, you don’t park your car. Instead, you get out and the car continues moving forward autonomously, on its way to […]

10 Innovative Startups Disrupting Mobility Finance

It’s old hat now to say that auto finance is an industry ripe for disruption because, quite frankly, it’s already happening. From keyless carsharing technology to bringing the entire car-buying process online — including discovery, financing, purchase, and trade-ins — the shakeup of finance is well underway. Each company has a different business model and offers consumers […]

10 Powersport Lenders Pushing the Tech Envelope in 2017

Innovation is happening in almost every aspect of the powersports industry, from online dealerships entering the auto and powersports industries, to smaller financial institutions upgrading their dealer portals and loan origination systems. While, historically, many powersports customers have preferred a “personal touch” — such as a phone call — from their lenders, rather than a […]

Breaking Tradition: How Mobility is Forcing Captives to Rethink Insurance

There is a horror story floated by captives and whispered by worst-case scenario conspiracy theorists in which rideshare drivers lease vehicles, get into a car wreck, and their insurance doesn’t cover commercial activity, leaving the captive stuck with both the damages and a delinquent borrower. These claims aren’t totally unsubstantiated. Services such as Uber and […]
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