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Do dealerships have to put their used cars through any kind of safety check before selling in California?


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2005-06-30 21:00:34
2005-06-30 21:00:34

Most car dealerships have their own mechanics and they do the minimal check-ups. It's wise (and you have the right) to take the vehicle into your own mechanic. It's worth the money and can save you a great deal of pain down the road. I live in British Columbia Canada and we have "Air Care" (big cash cow here) and every 2 years you have to pay to pass air care before getting your insurance. I am not sure if you have this in the U.S. Sure hope not!


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