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$120 Million GM Settlement, Food Drive & EVs

October 20, 2017 0 Comments

This is your look at dealership news from all around the nation.

First off, per Electrek, Ford Motor Company plans to double, and then triple, the number of EV charging stations at its U.S. and Canada locations. The uptick in stations comes following an employee study that found that Ford employees would buy more EVs if more charging stations were available.

Next up, the Bob Moore Auto Group, which is composed of 15 dealerships in the Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Oklahoma, areas, is doing good for its local community by running a food drive to benefit multiple area food banks.

Finally, GM has agreed to settle its ignition switch lawsuit with 49 states (only Arizona is not involved) and the District of Columbia for $120 million. The settlement stems from GM’s multi-billion dollar legal situation involving faulty vehicle ignition switches.

This has been your look at dealership news from all across the USA!

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