Motor Vehicle Law By State
Motor Vehicle Laws can vary by state. At Rights Protect, PLLC, we offer legal services in many states, and the map below provides additional information on state Motor Vehicle Laws in the states in which we would currently represent people in both state and federal court in regard to Motor Vehicle Law claims:
Automobile dealers and financing companies might also fraudulently misrepresent the Annual Percentage Rate of the vehicle at the time of sale, so that the consumer ends up paying more than they should, in violation of the federal Truth In Lending Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1601, et seq. (“TILA”), which can entitle you to statutory damages, and your attorney’s fees and costs to be paid. In some states, it can also entitle you to not have to pay any interest on the vehicle.