A new car is among the most expensive purchases one makes, so it is understandable that a consumer will take every precaution to protect that purchase. This often means carrying as much insurance as one can afford. It may also include installing an anti-theft system,...
Month: April 2021
Illegal lien sales break public trust
When a vehicle breaks down, the owner may immediately wonder how to pay for the repairs. Some repairs can be quite expensive, and an owner who is still paying for a loan on the vehicle or who has other financial obligations may be hard pressed to come up with the...
Does that sales contract contain the terms you agreed to?
First-time car buyers, the elderly, people with poor or no credit and other vulnerable customers may not realize the rights they have as consumers when they step onto a car dealer’s lot. They may be too timid to ask questions, or they may not even know the appropriate...
Dealerships have a legal obligation to disclose damage to new cars
If you go to a dealership to look at used vehicles, you do so with the understanding that they will have already incurred some amount of damage. It is common for used vehicles to have issues that affect their systems or even lingering damage from a previous collision....
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