This past week, my podcast crossed the million download mark. That is, across both platforms (audio/video) Lehto’s Law episodes have been listened to or watched a million times. Not bad for a guy talking to himself about the law.

This week I address the question: What Are You Entitled to When You Buy a Used Car? As in, what is the floor - the bare minimum? I was inspired to do this because of a commenter to a recent video who suggested I must not “know” about “implied” warranties. Even though I described them in the video in question and obviously I do know about them.

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So, when exactly are you going to get an “implied” warranty? Almost never - at least in the used car arena. Which is what I explain in great detail here. And there are two implied warranties, not just the one.

The audio:

And the video:

And thanks for watching and listening. Let’s see how long it takes to get to 2 million.

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Steve Lehto has been practicing law for 25 years, almost exclusively in consumer protection and Michigan lemon law. He wrote The Lemon Law Bible and Preston Tucker and His Battle to Build the Car of Tomorrow.

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