Dealer sold expired tag car to us but did not disclose

Asked by May 10, 2016 at 02:37 PM about the 2014 Nissan Cube 1.8 S

Question type: General

We bought a used car from a dealership here in
California in March 2016. We paid registration fees
to the dealer.

We just found out that the fees we paid to the
dealer were for LAST years registration fees and
the cars registration expired in July 2015.

We were never told this and since this was our
first used car purchase we were under the
assumption that we were paying this year's DMV
fees. We have only bought new cars prior to this
experience.

The dealer had the plates covered with their paper
ad thing and never told us we were paying expired
tags registration. Do we have any recourse?

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242,405

Of course you do, it must have been a mistake, contact them to rectify it.

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