Philadelphia Used Car Lemon Law May Be On the Horizon

KYW Newsradio’s Mike Dunn reported this morning that a new bill aimed at protecting buyers of used cars was approved by the Philadelphia city council yesterday.

The bill is structured such that a consumer purchasing a used car has 3 days to have the used car inspected by a mechanic and if for any reason it is deemed “not roadworthy” then they would be entitled to having the car fixed or receiving a full refund.

The bill will now be put before the full city council for approval. We’ll be sure to post any updates on the measure.

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