Dealership Lemon Law Sticker Audit Report

The OCABR conducts semiannual audits of car dealerships in Massachusetts.

In an effort to assess and encourage compliance with regulations regarding the state’s Lemon Laws, the Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation (OCABR) conducts annual dealership audits to identify the number of vehicles properly displaying Lemon Law stickers. Massachusetts law requires that every new or used vehicle offered or displayed for sale in the state must bear a sticker informing the consumer of their rights under the Lemon Laws.

Audit Reports

2016 Dealer Audit

2017 Dealer Audit

2018 Spring Dealer Audit

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