A&ad;G is taking a step to reduce the cost of car seats donated by customers in the wake of the coronaviruses pandemic, a source told ESPN.
The company, which already operates the Chevrolet Bolt and Buick Enclave, will donate all of the cars that were donated from its fleet to its Drive-A-Car program, which is a charity that organizes people to drive in the event that a loved one is in a car crash.
The car company will also give away its own cars to the charity, the source said.
“I think it’s really important to keep the community in mind,” the source added.
“The cars are an extension of that, and we think it will be really good to give them to charities in the community.”
The source also said the company would also donate the company’s car inventory to charities.
The decision comes after a rash of reports about the company making donations to car seats from its supply chain, including the Chevrolet Volt and the Chevy Silverado pickup.
In February, GM said that it would stop making car seats for its Volt and make them in the United States.
“We will no longer make the Chevrolet Silverado for the foreseeable future.
Our suppliers will continue to make our vehicles and we will provide all of our resources and support to support the Chevrolet community in any way we can,” the company said in a statement at the time.
“We will continue working with our suppliers to provide our customers with the best possible quality and value.”
But sources say that while GM has made donations to the Volt program in the past, this year’s pandemic has forced it to reconsider.
“This is a very different situation,” said a source close to the situation.
“This year, there is a lot of uncertainty and uncertainty around what’s going to happen with this and that’s really unfortunate.
We’re just waiting to see how it all plays out.”GM has already donated more than 3,000 Volt cars to charity, including more than 400 for its Drive a Car program.