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Tips to Avoid Becoming the Victim of Used Car Fraud

By Consumer Law PA |

Sometimes, despite a buyer’s best efforts, he or she will become a victim of used car fraud. In these cases, filing a suit against the dealership that sold the car is often a victim’s best course of action. However, there are steps that prospective car buyers should consider taking to help reduce the likelihood… Read More »

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Used Car Dealer Contract Requirements

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Although many people know that used car dealers in Pennsylvania are required to comply with certain regulations when it comes to advertising and general business practices, few are aware that they must also use and refrain from using specific language in their contracts. If you believe that the contract for the sale of your… Read More »

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What Documentation Should I Receive When I Purchase a Used Car in PA?

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When you buy a used vehicle in Pennsylvania, dealerships are required to comply with certain rules. For instance, dealers aren’t allowed to advertise cars as being sold “as is” except in certain circumstances. Similarly, dealers must disclose certain information about the vehicles they sell, including whether a vehicle has damage to its frame, transmission,… Read More »

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When are Used Car Dealers Required to Issue Refunds?

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Although many used car dealers make vague promises about refunding a buyer’s deposit if that person discovers damage within a certain period of time, or is otherwise unhappy with an offer, it is not uncommon for dealerships to fail to respect these guarantees. Fortunately, Pennsylvania law does require used car dealers to make refunds… Read More »

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