Blog Posts in December, 2009

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  • Don't Wait for the Recall
    Don't Wait for the Recall

    General Motors has recently issued a recall for Chevrolet Corvettes from the 2005 through 2007 model years, because the roof panel may blow off. The problem stems from a defect with the adhesive ...

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  • Don't Back Off if You're Driving a Lemon
    Don't Back Off if You're Driving a Lemon

    A recent story in the Los Angeles Times Business Section reports that Toyota Motor Corporation—who recently issued the biggest vehicle recall in history—has now disclosed a number of dealings with ...

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  • Used Car Requirements
    Used Car Requirements

    Consumer groups, state lemon law administrators and the attorney general’s from 40 states are urging the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to make some drastic changes to the FTC Buyer’s Guide, which ...

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  • In California A Lemon is a Lemon is a Lemon!
    In California A Lemon is a Lemon is a Lemon!

    The lemon laundering problem created by manufacturers is not limited to just those vehicle that are formally determined to be lemons in a lawsuit. It includes all vehicles with a history of defect, or ...

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  • Does Gap Insurance Cover Lemon Law?
    Does Gap Insurance Cover Lemon Law?

    The only thing gap insurance and lemon law has in common is that both provide protection for the car buyer. Gap insurance is a popular choice with many consumers because it fills the “gap” between a ...

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  • Beware Transmission Problems
    Beware Transmission Problems

    Volkswagen and Audi have reportedly recalled 13,500 vehicles, ranging across both companies’ product lines, due to a problem that can cause a vehicle’s transmission to shift into neutral unexpectedly. ...

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