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After 16 Years of promises, better background checks for used cars

By next April consumers may finally get something promised by Congress in 1992: a comprehensive database of used vehicles that were stolen or so badly damaged that they were declared total losses. Last Monday, a federal judge in San Francisco ruled in favor of three consumer groups that had sued to force the government to carry out the long-delayed consumer protection law. The law requires a listing, the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System, that insurance companies, junkyards and salvage yards must supply with the vehicle identification numbers of vehicles that have been written off.

After 16 Years of promises, better background checks for used cars
xcel, Sep 28, 2008
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