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Disclosing Prior Usage

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Pennsylvania car dealerships are required to comply with a series of rules and regulations when selling used vehicles in the state. For instance, these rules require dealers to disclose certain types of damage, refrain from using unfair advertising practices, and to disclose when a particular vehicle was used as a rental car or a… Read More »

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Is My Vehicle Roadworthy?

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Pennsylvania’s Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law (UTPCPL) was put in place to help protect consumers from the fraudulent or wrongful conduct of businesses in the state. This statute, in addition to applying to a wide range of consumer products, also comes into play when buying a vehicle in Pennsylvania. In fact, regulations… Read More »

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Filing a Lawsuit Against a Used Car Dealership

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Many of us have had good experiences when purchasing used vehicles from dealers who take great care to ensure that all vehicles offered for sale are properly inspected, safe to drive, and fairly priced. Unfortunately, there are just as many people who are misled by dealerships that utilize fraudulent methods when advertising, financing, or… Read More »

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What You Should Know About Used Car Fraud

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Purchasing a vehicle, whether used or new, is a major investment that consumers should not take lightly. Unfortunately, even buyers who conduct extensive research, test drive a number of vehicles, and ask independent mechanics to conduct inspections of vehicles in which they are interested, could end up being taken advantage of by an unscrupulous… Read More »

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