Were You Sued on an Auto Deficiency?
An auto-deficiency is the difference between the amount of money you owed on your car and the amount it was sold for after repossession. If you have been sued for an auto-deficiency, this information may help you understand your rights.
Was Your Vehicle Illegally Towed?
If your vehicle has been towed unlawfully, you can find general information regarding what to do by going to Complaint for Unlawful Towing on the Clark County Courts’ Civil Law Self-Help Center website. If you have been served with a Summons and Complaint, and no judgment has been entered, you need to file an Answer or other responsive pleading. Go to Civil Forms on the Clark County Courts’ Civil Law Self-Help Center website and click on Affidavit of Complaint for Unlawful Towing
Consumer Car Links
Links to other sites that have information helpful to you when you are ready to buy or lease a car.
What is odometer fraud? How can I identify odometer fraud? What document am I entitled to see? Are there any laws which protect me against odometer fraud? What should I do if I have reason to believe that I have been a victim of odometer fraud?
What are the advantages of leasing, instead of buying, a new car or truck? Why are lease payments lower? What are the risks of leasing? Can I end the lease early? Can I buy the vehicle at the end of the lease? How can I protect myself against false statements? Does the law offer me any protection when leasing a vehicle? What leases does the law cover? What does the law require that the leasing company disclose to me before I sign a lease? Does the law limit the amount which may be charged? What restrictions does the law place upon the advertising of leases? What are the penalties if the leasing company violates the law? Is the Dealer required to disclose whether the vehicle is a "salvage vehicle"?
Buying a New Car
How can I make a good deal when purchasing a new vehicle? What guarantees or warranties does the manufacturer make on my new vehicle? How can I protect myself against false statements? What can I do if I purchase a "lemon"?
Buying a Used Car
Does the dealer have to tell me if there is something wrong with the car? Is the Dealer required to disclose whether the vehicle is a "salvage vehicle"? How can I protect myself against false statements? If my car breaks down or needs repair after I buy it, what can I do?