Car salespersons may be targeting the wrong prospects when they flash their pearly whites at mom and dad. They should be concentrating on the rug rats with them, a survey shows. Researchers report 78% of U.K. parents say having children forced them to buy a new car and 37% insist those children go on to influence decisions on buying their next car. The research carried out for Auto Trader, a digital automotive marketplace, suggests U.K. fathers probably should be the target of lobbying; ...

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