AOL Autos, CarWoo Team Up

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AOL Autos and CarWoo have formed a partnership, providing ‘Best Offer’ deals from around 10,000 car dealers. The tie up will allow consumers to shop for cars online, and anonymously communicate with dealers.

The partnership follows the launch of AOL ChooseControl, an online search tool that allows potential car buyers to search for automobiles based on social demographics. Users enter information on how they work and live and a customized video matches them to the car that is best expected to fit their needs.

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