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Consumer Response Center<br>
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Washington, DC 20580-000<br>  
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(877) 382-4357<br>
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1300 I Street<br>
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Sacramento, CA 95814<br>  
Sacramento, CA 95814<br>  

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Since May 9, 1985, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has required a "Buyer's Guide" window sticker to be posted on used cars offered by dealers. The Buyers Guide must state whether the car is being sold "as is" or with a warranty. If a written warranty is included, the warranty terms must be described in the window sticker information, and a copy of the sticker must be attached to the purchase contract. Used car sticker information is considered warranty law.

Federal Trade Commission
Consumer Response Center
Washington, DC 20580-000
(877) 382-4357

Office of the Attorney General
1300 I Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
(800) 952-5225 (CA Callers)
(916) 322-3360 (Out of State)
(916) 323-5341 Fax
(800) 952-5548 (TDD in CA)
(916) 327-5564 (TDD Out of State)

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