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Truckin’ Good Times
Overall U.S. car sales were down 1 percent to 759,172 units for March. Truck sales, however, were up a healthy 9 percent to 683,966 units, balancing out at a 3 percent increase across the industry. You should be happy. Why? Because healthy truck sales mean that businesses are buying more vehicles, which in turn means that they need more people to drive them. You know, an economic uptick. This is good.
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By Jacob Brown