I really do. Over the course of the past 5 days, I have been assisting my aunt in the purchase of a new car. During this time, we've been in several showrooms, and in each one, at each sales desk, the dealer was not making any money. The sales manager, in one way or another, exasperatedly told nearly every customer that they were not making any money. Something needs to be done, or the auto dealers in this country will need a federal bailout. I'm not kidding. Nearly every deal was a money losing or break-even situation. Desk after desk, more losses. Have some compassion, and throw the dealership a few extra bucks. They're gonna need it. I felt kind of bad, because they sold us the extended warranty for less than what Toyota sells it to them for. Another loss. How do they keep the lights on? A once mighty industry, brought to its knees. Be nice. Take an auto dealership owner to lunch. He's probably hungry.