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AAA says the new electronic devices are creating unexpected problems, and with all their advanced capabilities, they're costly to replace.
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This tipping point is already hitting the country's most populated areas. As gas prices surge, some consumers may cut spending in other areas.
Automakers are eager to make Web-friendly cars, and GM is looking for whatever competitive edge it can get.
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