You left out used cars, they make WAY more money on those compared to new ones. Its a key part of BMW's business model. They deeply subsidize cheap leases on new BMWs to keep their dealer's inventory of "certified" pre-owned vehicles well stocked.
A "good" insurance agent can save you money by shopping around providers for the best price and determining the amount of coverage for your needs. If you only need a basic auto policy, chances are you don't need an agent. Once homeowner's insurance and other policy lines come into play, an agent could be helpful.
The Amiga 4000T uses a standard AT form factor motherboard. Both Commodore and ESCOM shipped it in an Enlight full AT tower case. If it wasn't for the Commodore/Amiga branded on the front, it looked like a run of the mill PC clone!
I actually live in Northern NJ, not exactly cheap, but apparently not nearly as expensive as Seattle or San Francisco. I have family who "escaped" to NC from NJ that are complaining about the increases (oh the irony).
Property taxes and housing prices in those "low tax" states are increasing at a pretty good clip. I see it happening around the Triangle region of NC. People move in and want services, so the taxes just keep on going up. Lack of mass transit and low density development leads to housing shortages near job centers and people are commuting from further and further out.
Before the recently released models subject to this investigation, Audi hadn't sold a diesel in the US market since 1983. Whats funny is the last Audi diesel I came across (a MY81 Audi 4000 5 speed with a MY83 1.6L turbo diesel engine) was apparently an EPA test car for VWoA that they later resold locally.
Malvertising dates back to at least 2004, maybe even sooner. I noticed customers at the computer store I worked at started reporting malware infections by just browsing the web on mainstream sites at the time.