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US: websites can make car buying easier


Long gone are the days when you needed an engineers' degree to know anything about cars. Thanks to the Internet, today we have an abundance of information that makes any choice easier – even if it involves shopping for a brand new car. The car-buying process used to be a mysterious and hard to nail endeavor, that included talks to your ...
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