When you purchase a vehicle from a dealer, there’s a trail of paperwork and documentation that you never see and, in many cases, have no idea it even exists. This includes everything from customer copies and warranty payment documents, to dealership bookkeeping and hard copies. The hard copy, for example, contains the original notes made by the mechanic who inspected and/or signed off on your vehicle.
In some instances, you will find the phrase Could Not Duplicate Customer Concern stamped on the customer copy, while the hard copy often contains notes made by the mechanic, which clearly states the opposite. Not only does this leave your vehicle in need of repairs, it also sends you back out on the road with a potentially dangerous vehicle. By carefully sourcing and investigating all existing paperwork, our attorneys can detect whether or not any vehicle problems were noted upon acceptance.