Amazon is about to buy your car.
The tech giant will pay a price, but for different reasons.
First, the deal will be announced on July 1, and it will be up to Amazon to decide how to use the information it’s gathered.
Amazon will also be able take over the cars and use it to analyze the data.
It will then make recommendations based on that data.
If you’re driving a car that is a part of Amazon’s cloud, you’ll get to choose how it gets used.
If not, you will not be able access the data to make any changes.
It’s unclear how Amazon will use the data, but one possibility is that it will sell it on to other automakers, but not Amazon.
This will likely lead to higher prices.
Amazon has been trying to buy cars from automakers for years, but it hasn’t done so.
This is one of many deals that Amazon has made over the past few months, including the acquisition of Whole Foods last month.
It has also acquired an array of other companies, including Lyft, Shopify, and Expedia.
The acquisition of Expedia is the latest in a string of moves Amazon has done to try to boost its car business.
Earlier this month, the company said it was buying a controlling stake in Lyft, its mobile payments service.
And earlier this month the company also said it would acquire Amazon’s AirBnB service.