NEW YORK – Skyrocketing fuel prices may change the way consumers approach future vehicle purchases, a new study by Auto Futures Group LLC and TechnoMetrica Market Intelligence Inc. concludes. But even though the survey indicates the vehicle purchasing landscape could be vastly altered by high fuel prices, it also reveals motorists do not plan to relinquish ownership of personal vehicles. The study surveyed 908 car and truck owners nationwide to learn how high they think fuel prices will ...
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