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July 15, 2021  by Karl Heil

Vehicle history reports can provide helpful information when deciding whether to buy a used car. It is important, however, to understand the kind of information contained in these reports and their limitations.   Read More…

June 24, 2021  by Tim Whelan

The good news is that federal and state lemon laws still apply to electric vehicles. These lemon laws require a warrantor to repair vehicles within a reasonable amount of time. This can be as few as two or three repair attempts.  Read More…

June 11, 2021  by Karl Heil

New cars are sometimes damaged before they are sold. They could be damaged during transport when they are shipped from the factory to the dealer. They could be damaged by theft or vandalism. Does a car dealer need to disclose any pre-sale damage?  Read More…

May 27, 2021  by Karl Heil

A yo-yo car sale is a kind of bait-and-switch scam when you are promised a certain interest rate on an auto loan but wind up paying a higher interest rate or making a bigger down payment to get the promised rate. These sales are called yo-yo sales. Read More…

May 13, 2021  by Karl Heil

Auto manufacturers and car dealers do not certify vehicles out of generosity. Instead, they certify used vehicles in an effort to increase their profit from the sale of used vehicles. Manufacturers and dealers see the certification process as a way to increase used car sales as well as profit. Read More…

April 29, 2021  by Aliaksandra Valitskaya

If you’ve ever rented a car, you know that the rental agent will ask or even “highly recommend that” you pay for additional insurance.  And you might think, “I was not planning on spending that much, but my peace of mind is worth it.”  Read More…

April 15, 2021  by Karl Heil

What Happens to Lemon Vehicles?
The answer to this question depends on the state in which the defective vehicles are repurchased or resold.  Some states have strict laws governing lemon vehicles, while other states do not have any such laws. Read More…

March 18, 2021  by Tim Whelan

Do not throw a class action notice away without reading it. You could be throwing away potential monetary compensation or even jeopardizing your legal rights in the future.  Read More…

Buying a new car can be exciting! The new car smell, the feeling of pulling up in front of your friends and family in your new ride…Read more…

For many people, a check engine light is an annoying – and common – inconvenience. Because most cars continue to run… Read more…

Airbags are one of those things most people never think about – until they are quite literally in your face. Because they stay hidden… Read more…

…to buy a new car now!  You’ve been eyeing that new car and really want it.  Here’s how to explain your purchase in 5 simple steps…  Read more…

Summer heat can take an extreme toll on your car.  Find out here how to take steps to beat the heat and protect your investment…  Read more…

One day the problems are there, but by the time they take their vehicles in for repair, the problems are no longer noticeable…Read more…

A customer and a car dealer usually have conflicting goals during the sales process.  The customer wants to pay as little as possible.  Read More…

Gap insurance has become more prevalent as car prices rise and financing terms lengthen. Do you really need it?   Read more…

Are you using/checking often enough? Some people are adding oil as often as every 600 miles. Check out this study by… Read more…

Breaking down on the side of the road used to mean hiking to the nearest gas station or waiting for a driver to stop and offer help… Read more…

For the majority of automotive history, safety features were limited to seatbelts and airbags. Today, computers are playing… Read more…

Like any other contract, a car warranty can be breached – by both owner and manufacturer. When manufacturers give…  Read more…

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way many people shop.  But can you buy a car remotely?  Yes!  Read more…

The majority of consumer products come with some form of warranty, and cars are no exception. In fact, many manufacturers and… Read more…

Once a car has been in a flood, damage should be easy to spot, right?  Not necessarily. Many unsuspecting car buyers have… Read more…

In the market for a used car? The “Certified Pre-Owned” designation has long been the gold standard. Does it still apply?  Read more…

For people in the market for a used car, the “certified pre-owned” designation has long been the gold standard. Is it still?   Read more…

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