But since you asked, I need to get familiar with used car warranty laws in Massachusetts - are you familiar with such? Do I have any rights in this case, or is it strictly as-is/no warranty?
I'vd been reading about vehicle laws for 4 hours now because I got a ticket for $450 today for having an expired inspection and tires that stick out beyond the fenders. Anyway, I saw some stuff re: the lemon aid law: check out mass.gov/rmv and look at the drivers maunal. there is some very vague and basic info there but they list the contact #'s for Consumer Affairs in Boston.
Glad to hear that you're back and running on all 6
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