The two fuel-discount programs offered by Ford and GM to new car buyers have attracted a lot of attention, but the actual goal of the programs (to sell more new cars) may not be actually fulfilled. In an article in the Desert Sun from Palm Springs, CA last week, car dealers were interviewed about the state of the programs, which began around the end of May. The promotions promise to cap the price of each gallon of gas the car buyer burns in the next year at $1.99 (GM) or give buyers $1,000 worth
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