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Keith Whann

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Keith Whann
On 10/30/16, 12:51 PM

No. Although a copy of the FTC Buyers Guide contains some warranty information and, for disclosure purposes, must be given to a customer when he purchases a vehicle, it does not satisfy the requirements of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. The Act requires a dealer to give the customer a separate written warranty that contains the following information: • Who can enforce the warranty, • What is covered by the warranty, • What the warrantor will do if there is a defect, • The time period of the warranty duration, • An explanation of how to obtain warranty repairs, • A listing of any customer obligations, • Any limitations on implied warranties, • Any exclusions or limitations on consequential damages, • A customer’s legal rights,

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