In an interview with ESPN, Tom Bower, the president of the Association of Automobile Dealers and Automotive Professionals, said people are getting less comfortable with car windows.
“I don’t think people are comfortable with the way they are going to wear the car, with the lighting on the car,” Bower said.
Bower said he’s seen an increase in people asking for tinting, but that it’s more about making cars more visually appealing.
It’s a trend that seems to be trending, he said.
Bower has been in business since 1991.
He said his profession, which includes auto dealerships, dealerships of commercial vehicles, trucking, automotive service providers and others, has seen a surge in sales since Donald Trump became president in January.
I think it’s because people are looking for an alternative to Trump, Bower added.
While Trump has promised to scrap the auto industry, Bowers said, the auto companies have been able to survive and thrive because they have strong partnerships with local governments.
“It’s not a direct result of him, but it’s a result of the way the industry works,” Bowers added.
“They can’t survive on their own.
They need our support.”
Bower says he believes Trump’s policies will lead to a spike in sales and an increase of business.
The association is now urging lawmakers to remove barriers to business in areas that are already vibrant.
Here are a few places where people are leaving car windows in the US:Arizona Bakersfield, Calif.
Humboldt County, Calif.–Home of the University of California, Davis, and the University-Davis Medical Center, the county has a history of economic growth.
In 2014, the area’s unemployment rate was 7.9 percent, down from 10.4 percent in the year before.
But last year, the unemployment rate in the county jumped to 16.9, and it is expected to increase again in 2018.
Bakersford, Calif., home of the Los Angeles Dodgers, is a community that’s known for its rich culture and music scene.
The area has a population of 1.1 million, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, which has a median age of 45.
But the unemployment is higher than the rest of the county.
“It doesn’t matter how many jobs we have in town, we still have a population that’s older, that’s working and that’s paying taxes,” said Kevin McNeil, the head of the Humboldts County Republican Party.
For decades, McNeil said, Bakersfield has had a high concentration of Latinos.
Some of that growth is due to immigrants coming to the area, but others come from other parts of California.
In 2016, Humbolds County saw a high number of illegal immigrants from Mexico, and more recently, the city of Bakersburg, which is located about 45 miles south of Bayside, saw a large number of asylum seekers and those who had fled Central America.
“That’s the reason why we’re seeing an increase,” McNeil added.
In November, the state legislature passed legislation that would require a permit to rent cars from private operators.
The legislation was vetoed by Gov.
Gavin Newsom, who said the law was unnecessary and would force more people to go out of state.
The county’s median household income is $51,946, according the Census Bureau.
The number of people who rent cars is higher in other parts.
In June, the median income in California was $49,972, according a CNN Money article.
“We’re seeing a trend of people getting older, but they’re also getting more comfortable with living in their cars,” Boulware said.