As Memorial Day weekend marks the official start of the summer driving season, General Motors Corp. begins a new program to pick up part of the gasoline tab for buyers of certain models in Florida and California. While the auto maker has been careful not to call the “Fuel Price Protection Program” an incentive, at least one analyst believes GM is launching a trial balloon in the two states and may broaden the program this summer, given the right customer feedback. The project caps gas ...
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