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FTC Issues Vehicle Warranty Consumer Alert

Restates Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act Protections

WASHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 5, 2011 –The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently issued a consumer alert titled "Auto Warranties, Routine Maintenance and Repairs: Is Using the Dealer a Must?" The alert relates to vehicle warranties and clearly lays out the provisions of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and the protections it provides the motoring public. The alert acts as helpful and clear guidance for consumers as to their warranty rights.

     To view the FTC alert, visit the home page of ASA's legislative website at

     The Automotive Service Association is the largest not-for-profit trade association of its kind dedicated to and governed by independent automotive service and repair professionals. ASA serves an international membership base that includes numerous affiliate, state and chapter groups from both the mechanical and collision repair segments of the automotive service industry. ASA's headquarters is in Bedford, Texas.

     ASA advances professionalism and excellence in the automotive repair industry through education, representation and member services. For additional information about ASA, including past news releases, go to, or visit ASA's legislative website at


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