For the most part, shoppers coming to Dulles Motorcars accept that the vehicle they're trading in is worth a lot less now than it was just a few weeks ago.

"It's not like they don't have a spouse [working] in the basement of their house," said Jeremy Lustman, the Leesburg, Va., group's vice president of operations, alluding to the state and local orders keeping most Americans at home during the coronavirus pandemic. "I mean, they understand what's happening."

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Buyer BEWARE: Used Car Market Unstable - No One Knows What Your Current Car Is Really Worth

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