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The market for used vehicles is shrinking, but prices have gone significantly higher –


There are several reasons for the current development. These are mainly production downtimes and greater interest in individual transport due to concerns about a higher risk of coronavirus infection in public transport.

The market for used vehicles is shrinking. This is the result of the results of the AURES Holdings group, which sold 64,716 cars in the first nine months of this year. Most of them in the last three months, when in July, August and September, customers from AAA AUTO branches drove a total of 25,906 vehicles.

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