Consumers tend to assume dealerships are required to disclose problems before selling a vehicle. Generally, that is not true. Dealers are only required to disclose rental history and title brands. They are not required to tell you about past or current mechanical problems. They are not required to tell you about the maintenance history or that something was just repaired. They are not required to do an oil change. However, dealers are not allowed to make false or misleading representations.
If the dealer told you something that was not true or gave you documents like an inspection report that was not accurate, Auto Law can help get your money back.