Interesting article in Automotive News today about the used car market. Essentially, the new-car market died in 2008 after the banking collapse, which means fewer used cars and off-lease cars on the market today. A LOT fewer. It will be interesting to see what affect this has on the lube business as these used cars start to hit their prime age for being serviced at quick lubes.
(This post written while listening to “Neighbor” by Ugly Kid Joe.)