Cars are everywhere.

From the top floors of big-box stores, to the backyards of small-business owners, to every home in the city.

And it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that the biggest part of the car-buying world is the dealership.

And when you look at the latest sales figures, you can probably see why.

Last year, car dealerships sold 4.4 million vehicles, according to Edmunds.

That’s up more than 50% from the year before and the biggest jump in a decade.

But when you consider that there are around 12,000 independent dealerships in the United States, the total number of dealerships is actually only slightly higher than it was two decades ago.

The trend is good news for small businesses and the car industry as a whole.

However, car-dealing isn’t without its critics.

Not only is it a lucrative and lucrative business, it can have a negative impact on the environment.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that by 2040, car manufacturers could be responsible for more than half of all greenhouse gas emissions.

And since the United Kingdom is a net exporter of automobiles, the U.K. is a particularly important market for car dealers. As the U