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Pothole-Related Damage Costs U.S. Drivers $3 Billion Annually, AAA Finds

ORLANDO, Fla. — Potholes on U.S. roadways have become a $3 billion problem for vehicle owners, a new from AAA study found. The average bill for a pothole-related repair was $300, with the study showing that vehicle owners whose vehicle sustained pothole-related...

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Used-Vehicle Sales Drop 4% in January, NADA Used Car Guide Reports

MCLEAN, Va. — The NADA Used Car Guide's used-vehicle price index slipped 0.3% in January, with sales volume dropping 4% from the prior-year period.Wholesale prices for vehicle up to eight years in age also dipped 0.1%.“Bouncing back after the holiday...

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Serra Chevrolet Bartlett Becomes a MOTOR TREND Certified Dealer

NORCROSS, Ga. — MOTOR TREND Certified Vehicles, a certified pre-owned program, has designated Serra Chevrolet Bartlett as the exclusive MOTOR TREND Certified Dealer in Memphis, Tenn.Serra Chevrolet Bartlett was chosen because of its history of excellent customer...

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GM to produce V-8s in Spring Hill, Tenn.

GM's Spring Hill, Tenn., plant will produce V-8 engines for the first time after the automaker invests $148 million in the facility, the company said today. ... Read More »

Adesa parent buys Brasher auctions for $283 million

KAR Auction Services, the parent company of ADESA, said it plans to acquire eight auto auctions that are part of the ServNet Auction Group. ... Read More »

Honda debuts upgraded 2-motor hybrid system

Honda has tweaked its hybrid system for large vehicles to deliver better power and fuel economy. The improvements debuted in a hybrid Odyssey minivan and build on the two-motor system currently deployed in the Accord Hybrid. ... Read More »

Takata considering trimming airbag operations, report says

Takata, the troubled Japanese supplier at the center of a global airbag recall crisis, is considering trimming its global airbag operations, including consolidating production plants in Europe and shedding overseas jobs, Kyodo News reported. ... Read More »

Federal Antitrust Agencies Submit Joint Statement Encouraging Massachusetts to Consider Expanding Treatment Options for Glaucoma Patients

In response to a request by Massachusetts State Representative Bradley H. Jones, the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division have submitted a statement encouraging the Massachusetts legislature to consider expanding the services...

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Data Broker Defendants Settle FTC Charges They Sold Sensitive Personal Information to Scammers

Court Also Enters $4.1M Default Judgment Against Additional Defendant A group of defendants have settled Federal Trade Commission charges that they knowingly provided scammers with hundreds of thousands of consumers’ sensitive personal information – including...

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