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Massachusetts Used Car Lemon Law Applies to Dealers & Individual Sellers

Massachusetts Used Car Lemon Law Applies to Dealers & Individual Sellers

If you bought a used car from a private seller or a dealer in Massachusetts, and it cost at least $700 and had less than 125,000 miles on it, you are probably protected by the Massachusetts Used Car Lemon Law.   You may also be protected by the Massachusetts Consumer Protection law known as 93A. Read the full article…



RI Used Car Safety and Inspection Requirements

RI Used Car Safety and Inspection Requirements

Under Rhode Island law and the regulations adopted by the Rhode Island DMV, car dealerships in Rhode Island: Cannot display a used car for sale unless it has a valid inspection sticker on it. Cannot sell a car unless it is in a condition to pass inspection. (Having a sticker is not enough; it must Read the full article…


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John T. Longo, Esq. Founding attorney for Citadel Consumer Litigation, PC Email: jtlongo@citadelpc.com Telephone: (401) 383-7550 Mr. Longo founded Citadel Consumer Litigation, PC, to protect consumers’ rights and to help them obtain justice in disputes involving misconduct by businesses. His successful civil and administrative law practice focuses on pursuing claims related to: • Harassment by Read the full article…

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  • Warning to Saab Owners: Get Warranty Work Done NOW

    Warning to Saab Owners: Get Warranty Work Done NOW

    For the second time in a week, Saab’s headquarters factory in Sweden has been shut down because its unpaid suppliers stopped providing parts.  The shut down, and Saab’s apparently inability to overcome mounting financial difficulties, suggests the brand my be heading for bankruptcy. When you buy a new car, it comes with a warranty from Read the full article…


    Car Dealership Says Your Car Is Not Worth Fixing? Experts Say Get a Second Opinion.

    Car Dealership Says Your Car Is Not Worth Fixing? Experts Say Get a Second Opinion.

    So the auto dealership your brought your car to for repairs says the repairs are so expensive it is not worth fixing. Should you believe them? No.  The repair department may just be trying to drum up customers for the sales department. Read this article by Jessica Anderson, the auto writer at Kiplinger, to understand Read the full article…


    National Consumer Protection Week

    National Consumer Protection Week

      Its National Consumer Protection Week!!! Ok. Maybe it’s not as exciting as March Madness, but it’s a big deal for those of us who practice consumer law. The Federal Trade Commission organizes the week to help consumers make better-informed decisions regarding how they spend, save, and invest their money. The FTC also wants to Read the full article…