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Buying a Used Car & the Importance of Obtaining a Written Warranty

Once you’ve made the decision to purchase a used vehicle, it’s important to know how to protect yourself under lemon law type laws. The lemon law attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. suggest the following things when selecting a used vehicle: BUY A “CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED” CAR! Certified pre-owned vehicles are typically inspected to make sure…

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Legal Protection Against “New” Chevrolet Volt Fraud

Have you purchased a “new” Chevrolet Volt only to later find out that it had already been sold and is actually a “used” car? Did you pay a new car price for that “used” Volt? Further, since you were not the first purchaser, were you denied the right to take advantage of the $7,500 tax…

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Water is Leaking into my Jeep

Jeep models Wrangler and Liberty are fast earning a reputation for allowing drivers to experience the outdoors more than in any other vehicle, but not in a positive way. For the past several model years, a multitude of Jeep owners have complained of wet seats, wet headliners, standing water in the floorboards and trunk area,…

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WATER IS LEAKING INTO MY JEEP

Feb 27, 2012

Jeep models Wrangler and Liberty are fast earning a reputation for allowing drivers to experience the outdoors more than in any other vehicle, but not in a positive way. For the past several model years, a multitude of Jeep owners have complained of wet seats, wet headliners, standing water in the floorboards and trunk area,…

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Honda Recalls 46,000 Vans to Fix Rear Doors

A car owner’s happy driving experience, juxtapose to the enriching quality standards is the foremost priority of any automobile manufacturer. Keeping this as one of the top priorities, almost every manufacturer invests its maximum energies in delivering best-in-class cars. However, there are definitely a few opportunities for every automobile manufacturer to rectify their errors and…

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Honda Recalls 46,000 Vans To Fix Rear Doors

Feb 23, 2012

A car owner’s happy driving experience, juxtapose to the enriching quality standards is the foremost priority of any automobile manufacturer. Keeping this as one of the top priorities, almost every manufacturer invests its maximum energies in delivering best-in-class cars. However, there are definitely a few opportunities for every automobile manufacturer to rectify their errors and…

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New Vehicle EPA Fuel Economy Label for 2013

The EPA‘s new fuel economy label for 2013 will soon be appearing on vehicle window stickers at a dealer near you. Required for all 2013 model year vehicles (49 CFR Part 575), the revised EPA fuel economy sticker includes a wealth of new vehicle information regarding vehicle fuel consumption and emissions with such data as…

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How can a California Consumer Get a Legal Remedy Against an Auto Related Fraud?

In a recent complaint survey conducted by various government agencies like the Consumer Federation of America (CFA), the National Association of Consumer Agency Administrators (NACAA), and the North American Consumer Protection Investigators (NACPI), auto-related issues were named as the top complaints by consumers and consumer protection agencies for the second year in a row. Auto-related…

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HOW CAN A CALIFORNIA CONSUMER GET A LEGAL REMEDY AGAINST AN AUTO RELATED FRAUD?

Aug 02, 2011

In a recent complaint survey conducted by various government agencies like the Consumer Federation of America (CFA), the National Association of Consumer Agency Administrators (NACAA), and the North American Consumer Protection Investigators (NACPI), auto-related issues were named as the top complaints by consumers and consumer protection agencies for the second year in a row. Auto-related complaints include misrepresentations…

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Full Warranty Requirements Under The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act

The Magnuson-Moss Warranty–Federal Trade Commission Improvement Act is a federal law which gives the California consumers considerable rights in dealing with manufacturers and car dealers of lemon automobiles. This law guarantees a California car buyer certain minimum requirements of warranties which must be met and provides for disclosure of warranties before a purchase. In case…

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