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You can still buy a car at almost any dealership in America at the moment, even many in the Bay Area, where there is a shelter-in-place order.

But not surprisingly fewer people are doing that amid the global coronavirus pandemic. Dealers who have inventory still to sell are very much in wait-and-see mode, but the worst is still to come.

Take this quote from a general manager of a dealer in Fresno, California, where dealerships were ordered closed under the city’s shelter-in-place order, unlike the Bay Area where the shutdown order exempted “gas stations and auto-supply, auto-repair, and related facilities.”



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