Copy-Wrong! Does Copyright Law Prevent You from Owning Your Vehicle?
In the news lately there has been a bit of a kerfuffle, a fracas, if you will, about the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and an owner’s ability to work on a vehicle.
We know the 2015 Ford F-150 has an aluminum body. We know the prices for its body parts are more or less what they were for the 2014 model year. We still don’t know what insurance rates for the trucks will ultimately be, though.
Some texting driver turned the rear end of a brand new, dealer-tag-wearing 2015 Ford F-150 into a hideous, mangled aluminum mess.
The most important thing in your Ford F-150 is YOU. Here is an overview of your truck’s safety and crash test ratings.
When Ford announced it was going to make its 2015 F-150’s body out of aluminum, several things became clear. For instance, the fact that the Blue Oval was serious about reducing its workhorse’s weight. However, one matter remains clouded in mystery: whether or not the completely redesigned light-duty pickup will cost more to insure than its 2014 predecessor.