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LiveLane.com Relaunches With Easier Navigation and Faster Searches

October 15, 2002

LiveLane.com, an interactive-bid and fixed-price Internet auction site offering inventory from member auctions, has announced a site redesign that features easier navigation and faster searches. Registered LiveLane dealers now can go directly from the home page into a sale or search the in-ventory of one or more member auctions. Just click on the desired sale logo to enter the related sale. Or, search inventory by any combination of vehicle criteria, sale type and auction groups or locations. My LiveLane is a new feature that helps to manage LiveLane activities. Users can view vehicles they are bidding on or offering to buy in the Shopping Truck; track vehicles of interest in the Market Monitor; and review Purchase History. Each section is viewable in chart format sortable by column headings. My LiveLane also provides access to saved searches.To view a vehicle CR and additional photos as well as details such as vehicle categorization (Fleet/Lease, Repo, Salvage, etc.), just click on the vehicle photo or stock number from search results or My LiveLane. A detailed VIN history can be accessed from AutoCheck by Experian. (LiveLane dealers get their first AutoCheck report free.) LiveLane member auctions update and add inventory daily. Find dates and times of upcoming sales as well as current vehicle counts for each sale on the LiveLane home page.
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