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Question Details Asked:Sep 21, 2013 - 09:24 AMStatus:Closed
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Most state laws require dealers to do a safety check and correct issues like this; however it's been 2 weeks so now it's more a matter of goodwill on the dealer's part, if he has any good will that is. Otherwise, AS IS means AS IS.
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