Auto lenders are taking an increasingly hard-nosed approach to identity theft fraud, and dealerships that don't properly screen for fraud are feeling the heat.
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Audi Warwick, a Penske Automotive Group store in Rhode Island, developed its own feeder system three years ago to alleviate high turnover on the sales floor and in the service bays.
Honda wants to create a vibrant, enthusiastic atmosphere for visitors to its auto show stands. Not so much for auto writers but for the real audience: future car buyers.