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Dealix Receives "Highest Rated" DrivingSales Dealer Satisfaction Award

Ranked #1 in Dealer Satisfaction, Dealix/UsedCars.com Wins Award in Both Used Car Advertising and New Car Leads Category

HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL -- (Marketwire) -- 02/08/13 -- Dealix/UsedCars.com, a business unit of ADP, has received the "Highest Rated" New Car Leads and Used Car Advertising Award in the fourth annual DrivingSales Dealer Satisfaction Awards, presented at a special event in conjunction with the 2013 National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Convention & Expo. Dealix/UsedCars.com received the highest dealer satisfaction ranking in both the Used Car Advertising and New Car Leads category, as determined by the thousands of auto dealers who are part of the DrivingSales.com community.

"We are truly honored that our dealers rated Dealix #1 for New Car Leads for the fourth year in a row and were delighted to learn that they also rated us #1 for Used Car Advertising. Everyone at Dealix is focused on connecting dealers with ready-to-buy online car shoppers. It starts with innovative and easy-to-use tools that allow dealers to customize their internet marketing program so they can precisely target their desired audience. Couple that with our dedication to customer service, and you get a winning combination that helps dealers sell more cars. In reading the reviews about Dealix on DrivingSales.com it was satisfying to see our hard work recognized," states Egon Smola, Vice President of Dealix.

Dealix is on a mission to make it easier for car buyers to find great deals and for car dealers to market and sell vehicles. They do this by connecting dealers with in-market new and used car buyers anywhere they shop online. The Dealix Used Cars Advertising program allows dealers to advertise their inventories for free on the largest Used Cars shopping network, including UsedCars.com, and dealers pay only for real sales opportunities on a pay-per-lead basis. The Dealix New Car Leads program offers dealers advanced control over vehicle options (make and model) and the geographic locations they wish to target, allowing dealers to easily match shoppers to their dealership. And, only Dealix provides a Quality Pledge™ behind each of the opportunities they provide to dealers.

"We congratulate Dealix on receiving the 'Highest Rated' Used Car Advertising and New Car Leads Awards, an accolade we consider to be one of our industry's highest because it comes directly from dealers," said DrivingSales CEO and Founder Jared Hamilton. "With so many hundreds of vendors offering a multitude of products and services, we are proud to help dealers access the vendor information that will help them be more profitable, while also providing the dealer community an opportunity to single out products/services like Dealix and UsedCars.com, that are leading the pack in innovation, performance, and customer service."

The DrivingSales Dealer Satisfaction Awards measure dealer satisfaction with vendor products and services, and are based on cumulative ratings tallied and verified over the calendar year (January - December) at DrivingSales.com Vendor Ratings. DrivingSales.com Vendor Ratings is the industry's only neutral, comprehensive vendor rating forum featuring real-time peer reviews and honest competitor comparisons, and provides dealerships with important information from actual customers who have hands-on experience using vendor products / solutions in their stores. Each rating is verified as coming from an actual dealership employee.

Full award results are available online at http://dealersatisfactionawards.com/. Award winners are showcased in the Q1 2013 issue of the DrivingSales Dealership Innovation Guide which, in addition to being distributed at the 2013 NADA Convention and Expo, is delivered to every new car dealership nationwide, as well as to the top 100 used car dealerships. For more information on the Dealership Innovation Guide, please visit: http://drivingsalesinnovationguide.com/.

About Dealix
Dealix, www.dealix.com, is a leading provider of quality leads for new and used cars for dealerships, dealer groups, and automotive manufacturers. For over 15 years Dealix's mission has been to help dealers grow their business with simple but powerful internet marketing tools. Through its network of owned and affiliate sites, Dealix connects dealers with millions of car shoppers each month providing high quality sales opportunities to dealers. Dealix also operates UsedCars.com, one of the fastest growing auto shopping sites. Dealix is a business unit of ADP Dealer Services, a leading provider of integrated computing solutions to auto, truck, motorcycle, marine, recreational, heavy equipment and agricultural vehicle dealers throughout the world.

About ADP
ADP, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADP), with more than $10 billion in revenues and approximately 600,000 clients, is one of the world's largest providers of business outsourcing solutions. Leveraging over 60 years of experience, ADP offers a wide range of human resource, payroll, tax and benefits administration solutions from a single source. ADP's easy-to-use solutions for employers provide superior value to companies of all types and sizes. ADP is also a leading provider of integrated computing solutions to auto, truck, motorcycle, marine, recreational vehicle, and heavy equipment dealers throughout the world. For more information about ADP or to contact a local ADP sales office, reach us at 1.800.225.5237 or visit the company's website at www.ADP.com.

About DrivingSales
Founded in 2008 and dedicated to the dealer community, DrivingSales is a business intelligence and performance improvement company that delivers unbiased*, profit-building information to make automobile dealers more successful through three distinct channels: DrivingSales Data, DrivingSales University and DrivingSales Media. DrivingSales Data houses the largest database of cross-vendor, dealership performance data in the North American auto industry and provides dealerships with the most statistically accurate performance benchmarks and metrics for their marketing and technology investments. DrivingSales University is a fully interactive online university that offers advanced profit-building strategies to automotive professionals through hundreds of classes taught by world-leading experts. DrivingSales Media connects dealers to peers and information through its global media assets, including DrivingSales.com, the world's largest automotive social network; The Dealership Innovation Guide, an industry leading quarterly publication; DrivingSales Executive Summit, the top automotive conference for progressive dealers, and DrivingSalesTV, Web TV covering everything car-dealer related. Approximately one in every three dealerships in the United States has a registered member in the DrivingSales community.

*Vendor Neutral Policy: Dedicated solely to making dealerships more profitable, while also providing benefit to automakers and the industry as a whole, DrivingSales adheres to a strict vendor neutral policy through each of its channels. This means the company only provides unbiased information, not 'pay-to-play' follow up services -- and never accepts payment in exchange for media coverage or lets potential advertisers dictate messaging or create bias in any of its channels.

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