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How many stories can I read if I am not a subscriber to Automotive News?

Previously, nonsubscribers could read up to 2 articles per day on autonews.com. Automotive News is progressively rolling out an updated "metered" approach to our online readership. Eventually, you will be allowed to read four online stories a month without a subscription. Some stories, including our twice-daily video newscasts, do not count towards your allotment. 

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Print & Digital Combo subscriptions cost $159 per year for subscribers in the United States -- a rate equivalent to about $3 per week.

Digital Only subscriptions cost $99 per year -- a rate equivalent to less than $2 per week.

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