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Used car dealer CarMax is responding to coronavirus social distancing guidelines by adding contactless curbside pickup for customers buying vehicles from most of its locations.
CarMax, which says it’s the largest used car retailer in the United States, said on Tuesday that it’s enhancing its online shopping system so that customers never have to go inside a store or make in-person contact with an employee. Most of the purchasing process can be done online in advance, including financing approval and getting an offer on a trade-in.
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Still, buying a car is different than most online shopping, and the company said customers will be able to take a vehicle on a “solo test drive” before making a purchase. They also offer home delivery at many locations.
“We’re focused on providing a safe car buying experience and helping our customers any way we can,” Bill Nash, president and CEO of CarMax, said in a news release.