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Exemption for Ford fuel tanks under review

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration intends to renew exemptions granted to Ford Motor Co. in regard to certain fuel tank design and certification labeling requirements. Renewal of the exemptions would enable motor carriers to continue operating commercial motor vehicles ...

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Deciding whether to buy or lease your next car

If you are debating whether to purchase or lease your next business automobile, there are many factors to consider. Approximately 30 percent of the overall vehicle market consists of leases; however, due to the amount of money lost by lenders ...

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Deciding whether to buy or lease your next car (8553)

If you are debating whether to purchase or lease your next business automobile, there are many factors to consider. Approximately 30 percent of the overall vehicle market consists of leases; however, due to the amount of money lost by lenders ...

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Court reviews unsolicited auto shop referrals (8375)

Does the New York State Department of Insurance Law which restricts auto insurance companies from offering its customers unsolicited referrals to auto repair shops violate the company’s right to commercial speech in violation of the First Amendment≠The U.S. Court of ...

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Court reviews unsolicited auto shop referrals

Does the New York State Department of Insurance Law which restricts auto insurance companies from offering its customers unsolicited referrals to auto repair shops violate the company’s right to commercial speech in violation of the First Amendment?The U.S. Court of ...

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Tax strategies for buying a new car (8268)

The decision of whether to trade in an old business car or try to sell it for cash ought to hinge on factors such as the amount you can get on a sale versus a trade-in, and the time and ...

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Tax strategies for buying a new car

The decision of whether to trade in an old business car or try to sell it for cash ought to hinge on factors such as the amount you can get on a sale versus a trade-in, and the time and ...

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Plaintiff’s standing questioned in auto sales scam (8218)

The Commercial Division of the New York Supreme Court, 4th Department, denied plaintiff’s motion for partial summary judgment in Page One Auto Sales, Inc. v. Elite Auto Sales, establishing that inconsistencies in plaintiff’s own papers raised issues of fact in ...

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