What really "As Is" means, is this the right way of doing business?

Brad Maslowski
AS-IS is AS-IS. As a dealer we can offer the vehicles we can’t make the customer buy. If the customer does buy an AS-IS car it is on them. The dealer is not responsible for that vehicle any more then the customer they took it in on trade from. Also after the deal is complete you can’t repair that vehicle for free or it will imply a warranty and then can try to come back for more work. It’s best to be upfront with the customer. Tell the customer “All we do to an AS-IS is a quick safety inspections (runs and stops). You can take it and have it checked out by your mechanic if you wish” And most of all make them sign all the paperwork with AS-IS all over it, just in case.
Jim Radogna
Unfortunately, in our highly-regulated industry AS-IS doesn't always mean AS-IS. Here's some things to know about used car warranties: http://www.drivingsales.com/blogs/dealercomplianceconsultants-blogspot/2012/06/10/used-car-warranties-what-you-dont-know-can-hurt-you

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