Don’t Care About the Failing Auto Industry? You Should.

An ominous sign of collapse

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I went to a local Hyundai dealership today. They had one new car for sale. One.

The giant lot looked like a post-apocalyptic wasteland. For a moment, I worried the dealer had gone out of business. Even my ride noted there was something very unsettling about the emptiness.

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