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Shoppers Eye 4th of July Car Sales as Pandemic Expedites Car-Buying Plans

Some consumers may celebrate the birth of the nation by buying a new car, as Fourth of July car deals and pandemic concerns provide an incentive to shop.

Automotive marketplace Cars.com surveyed consumers who have an interest in acquiring a new car to see if the COVID-19 outbreak was impacting their plans. The survey found that not only were most respondents expediting their timeline for getting another car in part because of the pandemic, but 44% said they were prepared to close the deal on a vehicle over the holiday weekend.

A myriad of reasons to buy

Respondents gave a host of reasons for why they were quickly moving forward with their car-buying plans.

More than half — 52% — said they want something new, or at least newer than the vehicle they already own. More than a third of respondents — 42% — said they believed the deals that

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Keith Richards Has Some Crazy Car Stories

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He drove it like he stole it, only he owned these cars.

One of the most famous musicians in the world, Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones is your prototypical fast-and-hard-living rock star. He’s been imitated by many, but the man has lived such a crazy life he makes it difficult to copy completely. What you might not know about him is the sordid past of his automotive enthusiasm. We wouldn’t necessarily call Richards a gearhead per se, but the man had a lot of money he liked to spend on expensive cars. Even more interesting are the stories around what he did with these vehicles, with the most interesting tales detailed below.

Hatred Of Flying

There are many stories of how Keith Richards drove instead of flying whenever possible. Considering the rather compact geography of Western Europe, he was

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Bring a Trailer’s Online Car Marketplace Joins Hearst Autos

From Car and Driver

As you may have noticed if you watch our Window Shop With Us video series, we are constantly shopping for cars. Bring A Trailer has been one of our favorite destinations for a long time, thanks to its curated site of classic, collector and enthusiast vehicles up for auction. Several Hearst Autos staffers have bought and sold cars on the platform.

Bring a Trailer’s knowledgeable community of more than 350,000 users and more than 145,000 registered bidders vets each vehicle, giving confidence to potential buyers. The name of the platform is a reference to the familiar shorthand in classified listings urging buyers to “Bring a trailer!” for non-operational projects, race cars and Concours show vehicles.

The acquisition announcement was made by Hearst Magazines President Troy Young, Hearst Autos CEO Matt Sanchez, and Bring a Trailer CoFounders Randy Nonnenberg and Gentry Underwood.

“Bring a Trailer has

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3 Battery Stocks to Watch Amid Electric Car Revolution

The world of automotives is undergoing a massive change, with several factors rolling in to form a new need of the hour — the electric vehicle. After all, the shift toward clean energy and high-powered vehicles is a matter of evolution for the expanding automotive market, which has created a new space for investors to look into.

The vital component that powers these cars is undoubtedly at the forefront for gains from the rising trend of electric vehicles in the United States and abroad. Therefore, investors who seek to consider a new arena for investments in the future can look into the global automotive battery market.

The Automotive Battery Market Shows Promising Growth

As per the report published by Fior Markets, the global automotive battery market is expected to reach $49.05 billion in 2017 to $85.41 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 7.02%.

As more automotive companies are flexing

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