Bargain Avoidance in A Competitive Bargain Market: The Car Sales Conundrum
Wyoming Law Review
This article evaluates the critical period during a car sale transaction. It highlights the deceptive structure of car selling and financing, and seller domination of that structure. This article argues that seller abuse goes unchecked mainly because available disclosure rules are not responsive to the complex bargaining environment in which car deals are made.
Stephen A. Plass, Bargain Avoidance in a Competitive Bargain Market: The Car Sales Conundrum, 2 WYO. L. REV. 1 (2002).