55) Many Internet sites, such as Autobytel.com and Edmunds.com, have extensive information about the prices of new and used vehicles that anyone can use for free. In light of the availability of this information, what is the responsibility of consumers to use it?
A. Consumers have a responsibility to use the information and be smarter customers.
B. Consumers should not trust any information they receive from any source except the government.
C. Consumers should not use it because it gives them an unfair advantage over car dealers.
D. Consumers can use it, but should not feel a responsibility to do so.