Miller, et al. v. PAC Auto Group, Inc., et al. – Off-Site Sale

In the case of Miller v. PAC Auto Group, Inc., Mr. Miller alleges he contacted Pacific Auto Center in Fontana, California, in response to an advertisement for a vehicle. He claims Pacific Auto Center talked him into a different vehicle, and rather than having him visit the dealership to look at the car, delivered the vehicle to Mr. Miller at an off-site location for a test drive. At no time did Mr. Miller ever see the legally mandated Buyers Guide posted on the vehicle. Pacific Auto Center ended up selling the truck to Mr. Miller at this off-site location. Mr. Miller alleges this was unlawful. (Veh. Code §§ 11713(r), 11713.1(t); 16 C.F.R. § 455.2.)


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