• Apr 12, 2007
We know how annoying it must be for readers to see an interesting Automotive News link in one of our posts only to be stopped by the "subscription required" notation. It's irritating, we know. And at $155 a year, there probably aren't many Autoblog readers on their subscription list.

But for six days beginning April 16, Automotive News is opening its online doors to any and all for the price of a free lunch. Of course, they're hoping you'll take advantage of a special subscription price of $105 at the end of the week, but if you don't, we'll still bring you the highlights -- followed by "subscription required", of course.

[Source: The Auto Channel]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      I used to read Automotive News in college...the University had a subscription.

      But I sure ain't paying $155 for this now.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I never need passwords for online news sites. Just go to www.bugmenot.com, it'll usually give you the goods to see what you want.
      Billy Ray
      • 7 Years Ago
      The owner, Keith Crain, is an idiot.

      Has has looked like Captain Kangaroo for several decades.

      I have never met a more pompous ass.