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Imagine purchasing your dream car, cruising down California's scenic highways, only to discover you don't actually own it! Auto Law has represented many consumers who never received the DMV registration and/or title transfer after purchasing a vehicle from a California dealership.
California's Lemon Law is a powerful consumer protection statute that safeguards buyers from purchasing vehicles with substantial defects. However, the applicability of the Lemon Law to "used" vehicles has been a subject of debate and legal scrutiny.
CarFax reports and AutoCheck reports are valuable tools for consumers who are buying used cars. They can provide information about a vehicle's history, such as whether it has been in an accident, has a salvage title, or has been odometer rolled back.
Buying a used or certified pre-owned (CPO) vehicle can be a great way to save money on a car. However, it's important to be aware of the potential for structural damage on these vehicles.
Buying a Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vehicle can be a great way to get a reliable used car, truck, or SUV. However, it's important to be aware that some car dealerships may lie about the accident history of CPO vehicles in order to sell them for a higher price.
You expect the car you buy to be dependable and operate faultlessly for many years. But things do not always work out as expected—you got a lemon. A lemon is a car with a defect that affects its use, value, or safety. Luckily, the California and Federal lemon laws protect customers in these circumstances.