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A transplanted Brit living in L.A., I have a passion for cars of the 1970s and '80s; obscure automakers; and vehicles from unlikely and far-flung places. Yet somehow I drive a Jaguar XK8 coupe and a sun-faded Mitsu Montero.

An employee at the Warren (Michigan) Truck Assembly Plant uses one of dozens of hand sanitizer stations located across the production floor. FCA has implemented a comprehensive program of enhanced safety measures to protect employees from the spread and transmission of COVID-19 as the plants reopen. These measures include the mandatory wearing of face masks and safety glasses, as well as newly installed protective barriers to protect employees as they work on the line.

COVID Car Sales Not The Doomsday Many Expected: Here’s Why

Nearly five months into the coronavirus sweeping America, the nation’s auto industry is in astonishingly good shape. While U.S. automakers and dealerships certainly took a hit early in the pandemic, …

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