Dealerships Must Follow Salvage Disclosure Rules

Our client purchased a 2004 GMC Sierra from Todos Califican, located in Salinas, in Monterey County, California, to tow his recreational trailer. He soon discovered he couldn’t tow the trailer because the vehicle had sustained major damage and was declared a salvage by an insurance company before he had purchased it. But Todos Califican did not attach a salvage title sticker on the vehicle when the dealer displayed it for sale. The law requires a dealer to conspicuously display a salvage title sticker on a vehicle when it has been declared a salvage and warns consumers of the dangers associated with buying such a vehicle.

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