Coronavirus pushes auto dealers to embrace online sales like Tesla

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General Motors Co. Chevrolet pickup trucks sit on display for sale at a car dealership in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S., on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018. General Motors Co. is scheduled to release earnings figures on February 6.

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Angelo Salvadore is one of the luckier ones when it comes to his Massachusetts dealerships during the coronavirus pandemic.

The showrooms for his Chevrolet and Fiat Chrysler stores are open by appointment, allowing him to still sell vehicles, unlike dealers in states such as Michigan that have been forced to close due to the coronavirus and “stay-at-home” or

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