Does A Dealer Have A Duty To Inform Consumers Of Any Repairs That Have Been Performed On A New Vehicle?

Yes, if the repairs have a retail value of $500.00 or more and were performed after shipment from the manufacturer to the dealer, including damage to the new motor vehicle while in transit.

This disclosure must be in writing and does not apply to identical replacement of stolen or damaged accessories or their components, tires or antennae.

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