DETROIT – The United Auto Workers strike against General Motors is in its 4th week, and it is beginning to have real effects.
According to reports, the new Corvette Stringray will be delayed going into the market. More importantly, your car could be delayed coming home the next time it is at a mechanic shop.
Many shop owners are talking about having to call in favors and beg and plead to get their hands on parts needed to fix their cars.
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