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Wednesday, February 06, 2013

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alex

Good article

Shanna White

Thanks for the great input on used cars baton rouge la. I can't wait to look more into this topic!

Automated Car

Car dealers and small rental-car companies want to be able to sell, lend or rent cars that have been recalled for a variety of defects -- before they're fixed. And they're working behind the scenes on Capitol Hill to make sure they can.
Automated Car

Used Cars Fargo

Protection against unscrupulous sellers could be a good thing since many consumers are hesitant when it comes to buying used cars. Fire prone wiring on cars is a serious mechanical problem that can lead to injury or accidents.

Car Repairs Fleet

I'm sorry, but that is a straight-forward answer if it is a health and safety issue

Auto Body Seattle

Kudos to California legislators for pushing this law. I'm sure lots of 2nd hand car buyers will feel safer now. :)

Auto Body Seattle

Good move by the California legislators. This will be a nice news among 2nd hand car buyers.

Dave Sinclair

Seems like a good idea since some recalls can be serious and affect safety. Many consumers generally do research before buying a used car but this legislation would be helpful to those who didn't.

Molly Stevens

My dad owns a service station and it is unbelievable how many people come in with horror stories about buying a car with a problem and the dealer doing nothing to help them out. This law seems absolutely essential for those purchasing used cars. A person shouldn't have to worry about whether or not the car they purchased is safe.

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