What can I do? Bought a used Explorer out right, from a local Ford dealership. "As Is" but they failed to disclose its rental and accident history. They said they'd go in half on a new to me transmission. Neglected to tell me the title was rebuilt on the salvaged vehicle they sold me. Or the odometer differential.
Under the Kentucky Consumer Protection Act, a dealership cannot commit an unfair, false, misleading, or deceptive act as part of the sale. If the dealership did not disclose the the Explorer's rental history, accident history, or salvage title history, then you may have legal rights under the Kentucky Consumer Protection Act. I would recommend that you contact an experienced auto fraud/consumer protection attorney to help you. You are able to contact your local bar association for a referral.
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