GMAC's SmartAuction Web site now sells vehicles any time

UPDATED: autonews.com/article/20090811/ANA05/908119981 I have been using wholesale websites for years now and I think when a site changes, some people are uncomfortable with change. I took the training available and also use the training material found on the website (under the featured content link on the home page) and can move around the site pretty good. Some things have changed, but I can still buy and sell vehicles on the site and there are new features on the site that allow you to compare vehicles and communicate with sellers. I think once you get used to the site, it will be easier to use. It takes a little time and some practice. When my bank chnaged their website, it was a little difficult to, but I eventually figured it out.
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