If you're hunting for a new car, now might be a horrible time to buy one
A prolonged shortage of semiconductors has cut sharply into the production of new cars. For car shoppers, that means sky-high prices, long waits or major compromises if they want to get a vehicle.
NPR’s Camila Domonoske has the report.
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