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Online dealer delivers for mail carriers

An online used-vehicle retailer specializes in an obscure but profitable niche — right-hand-drive Jeep Cherokees from Japan.

Len Bellavia's 'new lease on life'

A year ago, noted dealer lawyer Len Bellavia was told that he had terminal cancer and would soon be dead. That's not the way things turned out.

Senate bill aims to align NHTSA, EPA emissions programs

A half dozen U.S. senators sponsored legislation to address technical discrepancies between separate federal programs that automakers say make it difficult to comply with carbon and fuel efficiency mandates.

Volvo loads midsize crossover with tech

Volvo expects strong demand for the XC60's optional air suspension, which lets the driver raise the vehicle for off-roading

Trump blasts German automakers' U.S. sales and threatens barriers

President Trump criticized German automakers for selling too many vehicles in the U.S. in a meeting with EU officials, Der Spiegel said.

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Should dealerships go back to the basics for best F&I results?

Whether it's a customized presentation, a digital menu or online F&I product intros, many F&I companies have suggested an adjusted approach for today's consumer. But for some dealerships, it may be best to stick to the basics, an F&I expert says.

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Len Bellavia's 'new lease on life'

A year ago, noted dealer lawyer Len Bellavia was told that he had terminal cancer and would soon be dead. That's not the way things turned out.

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The moral quandary frustrating autonomous advocates

Self-driving cars: The solution to preventable traffic deaths or dystopian robot killers... or both? In our latest podcast episode, we investigate the contradictory ways the public talks about autonomous tech.

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