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Carvana Vehicle Registration Class Action Lawsuit Overview:
- Who: Dana Jennings and Joseph A. Furlong have filed a class action lawsuit against Carvana, LLC.
- Why: Jennings and Furlong claim Carvana fails to register vehicles it sells in a timely manner.
- Where: The class action lawsuit was filed in Pennsylvania federal court.
Carvana fails to register the vehicles it sells to consumers in a timely manner, a class action lawsuit alleges.
Plaintiffs Dana Jennings and Joseph A. Furlong claim Carvana breaches its contract with its customers by delaying permanently transferring the title of the cars it sells.
“As a result, consumers are often unable to legally drive the cars they purchased because they cannot timely register the car or get adequate insurance coverage,” the Carvana class action states.
Jennings claims that, instead of receiving a permanent registration for the vehicle he purchased through Carvana, as was promised and paid for, the company has instead sent him six temporary license tags.
As of November 2021, Carvana still had not provided Jennings with a permanent registration for the vehicle he purchased in December 2020, according to the Carvana class action.
Furlong, meanwhile, claims Carvana failed to provide him with a permanent registration after his first temporary license tag expired, instead sending him another temporary, which he argues the company did not have the “legal right or authorization to do.”
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