crash avoidance assistance didn't work. sold as CERTIFIED pre owned. got into accident within 48hrs. legally what should I do?
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If you have collision insurance, then the claim is the difference between what the car cost and the insurance payment.
If you do not have collision insurance you claim would be for the value of the car, presumably what you paid....but you will have to prove that had the "crash avoidance" function been working the crash would not have occurred
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Crash assistance or avoidance is NOT and absolute guarantee of not crash avoidance. It sounds like your insurance company is going to replace the car. So, it does not appear that you have anything to worry about. But, if not then you should seek an experienced litigation attorney.
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