Used cars that get recalled by manufacturers need to be fixed before they're sold.
That's what a bill pending in the California Legislature would require of all new and used car dealers in the state..
And with 2014 on pace to break the auto industry records for most recalls in a year, the bill is taking on more urgency, supporters said Tuesday at a news conference. A vast majority of those recalls involve older vehicles.
"This bill is absolutely critical for consumer safety, it's good for the economy and it puts California at forefront for car safety," said Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara), the bill's sponsor.Read Article