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Ford survey shows many European drivers ignore distracted driving risks

The risks posed by distracted driving don't deter many drivers, according to a European survey commissioned by Ford. Half of the drivers who took part in the study admitted to taking their eyes off the road to read text messages. Read More »


Tesla banks on low factory outlays in drive to profits

Holding down costs at a refurbished California plant is crucial to the success of electric-car maker Tesla, which has yet to record its first profit. Read More »


Voluntary Export Restraints -- an idea that didn't work before -- are back

Remember the so-called Voluntary Export Restraints? They're back, but with new players. And once again, U.S. and other automakers and suppliers should ponder what unintended consequences will arise. Read More »

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Fla. dealer Daniel Hodges: 'We are so different now'

Fla. dealer Daniel Hodges: 'We are so different now'

A shift to no-haggle pricing has sparked a cultural overhaul at the Duval family of dealerships in Jacksonville, part of the Scott-McRae Group. The purchase time is shorter. The stores have no general managers. Mon., June 16
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