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Luxury Coach & Transportation – #1 Source For Operators

Tammy Carlisle, VP of sales and marketing for Action Worldwide Chauffeured Services


Tammy Carlisle has gone over her finances with a fine-tooth comb and discovered ways to save she would have otherwise never thought of.

Heed these tips to help you (Photo via Unsplash user Alexander Mils)


The Minority Limousine Operators of America association offers some real-time practical advice on handling the obstacles and frustrations operators are encountering.

NFI Group employs more than 9,300 people in 50 different facilities in 10 different countries. Approximately 6,900 are in North America and 2,700 are in Manitoba. (Photo: MCI)


The Canada-based manufacturer says thousands more workers will be affected by a two-week idle period.

The Global Ground Transportation Institute is available to help industry jobseekers during good times and bad. (photo: Pexels.com)


This GGTI site is available for ground transportation workers losing their jobs and for companies that will need to fill positions when the pandemic passes.

Will it really be that soon? (Photo via Unsplash user Caroline Selfors)


Global Business Travel Association members are either overly confident about when normality will resume, or underestimate the seriousness of the COVID-19 crisis.

Myrtle Beach, S.C. operator Lee Webb has brought together five local luxury ground transportation services to provide all types of errand and conveience runs for clients during the pandemic crisis. (photos: Lee Webb)


COVID-19 Coping: This idea will work in any town or area that needs safe, clean, convenient delivery service or point-to-point rides.

(L to R) Nina Parson, director of sales, and Steve Qua, owner of Company Car and Limousine


eNews Exclusive: Steve Qua and Nina Parson of Company Car and Limousine have devised a plan to help get members of the industry moving again.

Who's being hit the hardest? (Photo via Unsplash user Shifaaz shamoon)


Private charter FBO-based jet services and secluded wellness retreats are catering to a pandemic-driven luxury travel market. Who can drive clients to those destinations?

A Van Hool CX-45 motorcoach. ABC Companies is working to support its customers and owners during the COVID-19 crisis. (photo: ABC Companies)


The U.S. seller of Van Hool motorcoaches recently distributed this advisory about its operations and crisis resources.

Industry regulatory expert Matt Daus at the 2016 International LCT Show. (LCT file photo)


Operators and vendors can benefit from listening to leaders with long-range perspective.


LCT With You: Jim Luff talks a bit about the COVID-19 situation and how operators can make it through times. 

Sturdy over flashy can be a good thing (Photo: limoforsale.com)


Vehicle Pick of the Week: No matter what weather or terrain you deal with in your service area, this SUV can get you through some rough roads.

2021 Cadillac Escalade (Photo: Cadillac)


The luxury SUV will use GM’s new BT1 platform.

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udacity/self-driving-car: The Udacity open source self-driving car project

Self-Driving Car

We’re Building an Open Source Self-Driving Car

And we want your help!

At Udacity, we believe in democratizing education. How can we provide opportunity to everyone on the planet? We also believe in teaching really amazing and useful subject matter. When we decided to build the Self-Driving Car Nanodegree program, to teach the world to build autonomous vehicles, we instantly knew we had to tackle our own self-driving car too.

Together with Google Self-Driving Car founder and Udacity President Sebastian Thrun, we formed our core Self-Driving Car Team. One of the first decisions we made? Open source code, written by hundreds of students from across the globe!

You can read more about our plans for this project.


Here’s a list of the projects we’ve open sourced:

How to Contribute

Like any open source project, this code base will require a certain amount of thoughtfulness. However, when you add a 2-ton vehicle into the equation, we also need to make safety our absolute top priority, and pull requests just don’t cut it. To really optimize for safety, we’re breaking down the problem of making the car autonomous into Udacity Challenges.


Each challenge will contain awesome prizes (cash and others) for the most effective contributions, but more importantly, the challenge format enables us to benchmark the safety of the code before we ever think of running it in the car. We believe challenges to be the best medium for us to build a Level-4 autonomous vehicle, while at the same time offering our contributors a valuable and exciting learning experience.

You can find a current list of challenges, with lots of information, on the Udacity self-driving car page. This is the primary way to contribute to this open source self-driving car project.

Core Contributors


Open Source Base Software Support

Tier IV

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Cummins Steering, Dodge Cummins for Sale, Source Automotive

SourceAutomotive.biz has been serving online and walk-in customers, since 2002. We offer premium products, at competitive prices & provide old fashioned customer service that will keep you coming back.

Our success is directly attributed to our commitment of placing our customers 1st. Treat folks the way we’d want to be treated. While that’s the way it should be, it sure doesn’t seem to be common place these days. With our 15,000 sq. ft. full service & manufacturing facility, we are equipped to handle your needs. With over a dozen parts warehouses nationwide, multi million dollar inventory available to us, we can perform your service, or fill your order the way you want it, when you want it, the 1st time.
We want to be your #1 Source for Light Truck Diesel Performance. Feel free to take a look around & kick a tire or two. If you find something of interest, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line, or shoot us a call. We will do our BEST to help you…Happy shopping

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