Ohio Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted says recent news about auto production at Ohio plants highlights the unpredictable nature of the automotive industry.
Last week, the Honda plant in Marysville, which makes 55,000 cars a year--mostly Honda Accords, announced it will suspend its second shift.
While Accord sales ticked upward slightly to start this year, sales of the car dropped 10% in 2018.
Lt. Gov. Jon Husted said this move reflects the current trends of the car industry.