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  • How do I Sue in Small Claims Court?

    In Small Claims Court, a person may sue for up to $5,000. This court is meant to be a relatively quick, inexpensive way to resolve disputes that you have been unable to settle. The Small Claims Court is not complicated. Lawyers generally cannot participate and there are no juries, motions or objections. There is only a small charge for filing the lawsuit. A trial may be obtained much sooner than in other courts, and most trials are short, lasting about 20 minutes. #9940EN Read More

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  • They Towed My Vehicle

    General information about your rights and responsibilities when your vehicle has been towed. Publication 0312EN. Read More

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  • What Happens if There is an Accident and I am Uninsured?

    Get answers to questions about Washington's mandatory insurance law and explains the laws that apply if you have an accident while driving without insurance. Publication #0313EN Read More

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Buying a Car (3)+

  • Buying & Owning a Car

    The FTC has many resources covering buying and owning a car. Watch short 1 minute videos before heading to the dealer to learn what you need to know about car payments, financing and add-ons. Read More

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  • Tips for Buying a Used Car

    This has tips on how to make sure the car you are buying is in good condition, how to buy a car you can afford, whether you should purchase warranties or other add-ons and how to find out about the car’s history. It also covers what to do after purchasing a car. Read More

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  • Used Car Purchases: What to do When Your Car Does Not Work Properly

    0314EN - What can you do if your used car breaks down or needs costly repairs soon after purchase from a car dealer? This publication summarizes some state and federal laws that may help. Read More

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  • Buying & Owning a Car

    The FTC has many resources covering buying and owning a car. Watch short 1 minute videos before heading to the dealer to learn what you need to know about car payments, financing and add-ons. Read More

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    Federal Trade Commission
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