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Monrovia's Assemblyman Wants 30-Day Notice Before Dealer Can Use Starter-Blocker for Car Repo


Assemblymember Chris Holden, who represents Monrovia, has introduced Assembly Bill 265 to require buy-here/pay-here car dealerships (for poor-credit customers) to provide 30-day written notice before using a starter-interruption device which disables the vehicle. Current law requires a 48 hour warning for repossession due to late payments or insurance cancellation. Source: Holden press release

- Brad Haugaard

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