The platform is designed to enable cities to access vehicle and trip data from shared-mobility operators. City planners can view where people park and ride scooters, for example, to better determine the best place to put scooter parking areas and dedicated lanes.
Furthering the future of vehicle research and shopping, this technology can give consumers a more efficient way to shop for cars that may not physically be on the dealer lot or even browse from the comfort of their homes.
Jeff Williams, president and CEO, said the higher refunds should more than offset any issues related to customers not withholding enough of their income for taxes, resulting in a net increase in refund checks.
This year Manheim is investing $100 million into growing their Digital Marketplace throughout the year and are now providing new features for auto dealers which will partner them up with "a dedicated expert" to assist with selling cars using the Digital Marketplace.