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If a used car is sold "as is," the implied warranties don't apply. This means that you must pay for all repairs that aren't covered by an express warranty, even if the car breaks down on the way home from the dealership.

However, just because the seller says the sale is "as is" doesn't always mean it is. State and federal laws don't allow "as is" sales in certain situations, like when:

An express written warranty exists.
You buy a service contract from the seller within 90 days after purchasing the car.
A state law explicitly prohibits or limits "as is" sales.
The seller doesn't strictly comply with state law requirements for selling the car "as is."
The seller does not provide conspicuous notice that the sale is "as is."

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Edited by frankzappa
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