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Law Offices of Kevin Faulk
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Dealers want you to get so committed to buying a car that you forget about the California smog test. Even though it is their responsibility to make sure every car they sell will pass smog, always check a car's smog test history before buying.
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When buying a car, check out your service contract companies and GAP insurance providers. Read the fine print. See this blog post for tips.
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If you buy a car at a "buy here, pay here" dealership, they are required to give you a 30-day warranty -- even if you don't use their financing. Don't let them cheat you out of the warranty by postponing your repair or by just not giving you the warranty.
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When you get sued over a debt, you may feel frightened and confused, but you don't have to be. Don't ignore this situation, and do get some legal advice. Read this blog post for more rules of thumb for this scenario. With a good attorney, this can be resolved.
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Just because a manufacturer says something is normal doesn't mean you have to accept that it's not a problem. Search the Internet to see if this car has been recalled overseas. The New York Times found that car manufacturers had failed to issue recalls in the United States that had been issued overseas.
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Honda recall alert: Due to problems with exploding Takata airbags, Honda is recalling more 2001 Accords, 2004 Civics, and 2008 Pilots.
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Sometimes a call from a debt collector is just a scam. So if you get a call from a debt collector, you should first insist they send you something in writing stating all of the information they have about the account. Then demand that all future communications should be in writing. See our blog post for more.
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Some dealerships add remote kill switches to the cars they sell in order to secure their collateral (your car). Read our blog post for the security risks; some have already been hacked.
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What was your interest rate on your last auto loan? Here are five rules of thumb to help you avoid a bad auto loan situation and the dealers who push unsound auto loans.
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In almost every contract for purchase of a vehicle in California, you will find a binding, forced arbitration clause. This means that the car dealership can prevent you from taking your case to a judge or a jury. Follow the blog post's link to the "Lost in the Fine Print" video to learn about the dangers of binding, forced arbitration.
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