CHICAGO – Consumers dislike visiting a dealership to purchase a new vehicle. But even more, they dislike returning to the dealer to have their vehicles serviced or repaired – and they really hate taking time off of work to wait for their cars to be fixed. Volvos will be repaired at home. As a result, Volvo Car has come up with a program called Mobile Tech to put its buyers at ease. Volvo owners still will have to visit the dealership to replace a transmission or have the brakes ...

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