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May 26, 2020

What Does OAC Mean When Buying a Car?

That old rickety rattle trap you’ve been driving needs to be replaced, so you’ve been exploring your options. You want the best deal possible, so you’re doing your homework. “OAC” keeps cropping up on the pricing information, but what does it mean?

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