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F-150 Production Continues, Dealership Key Theft

May 16, 2018 0 Comments

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

First off, according to CNN, after a short delay, Ford plans to continue production of its F-150 series pickup on May 18th. Production stopped at both the Missori and Michigan plants were the vehicles are manufactured following a fire at a facility that provides parts to the blue oval automaker.

Next, per Bloomberg, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced it will send investigators to look into a Tesla Model S crash near South Jordan, UT. The driver in the accident reportedly had the vehicle in autopilot mode and was looking at her phone at the time of the incident.

Finally, as WCTV reported, in the early morning of May 14th, suspects were caught on camera breaking into Capital Mitsubishi out of Tallahassee, Florida. The suspects broke glass at the store and made off with multiple sets of vehicle keys.

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