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The Truth About Totaled Cars: How To Keep Yours. Maggie 28, Oct, 2018. Your trusted mechanic and your proven maintenance and safety record (no accidents, no tickets, no nothing), low mileage and the good condition of your vehicle will go the extra mile to dissuading the insurance company not to total your car.
The Truth About Certified Pre-Owned Cars. Certified pre-owned cars can offer a lot more bang for the buck than new ones. But buying used can feel like a gamble. Consumer Reports details the pros and cons of certified pre-owned cars.
An Inconvenient Truth For The Global Auto Industry. As global automakers rush to introduce new battery electric vehicles (BEVs,) an inconvenient truth is emerging: someone has to buy them. With so much focus on the race to secure raw materials to
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