Substitute resale disclosure forms.
(1) A manufacturer may submit to the attorney general for approval a proposed substitute form(s) for the consumer disclosure notice and certification of repair and warranty as required for resale of a vehicle.
(2) A substitute form must include:
(a) A disclosure that the manufacturer was required to repurchase or replace the vehicle from the previous owner pursuant to the Motor Vehicle Warranties Act, chapter 19.118
RCW, due to specified defects, conditions, or serious safety defects in the vehicle;
(b) A certification of repair and warranty for at least twelve months or twelve thousand miles, whichever occurs first, of any representation of correction or repair for each defect, condition, or serious safety defect;
(c) A disclosure that the title of ownership issued by the department of licensing will have permanent notations that the vehicle was returned pursuant to chapter 19.118
RCW and which will indicate whether or not the defect or condition has been corrected by the manufacturer;
(d) Directions for the distribution of the form copies and that the substitute form must be signed by the subsequent retail purchaser;
(e) A copy of the substitute form which is to be provided to the subsequent retail purchaser;
(f) Two copies of the substitute form which are to be immediately sent to the attorney general and the department of licensing upon retail sale of the vehicle.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 19.118.080
and 19.118.090. WSR 90-19-024, § 44-10-235, filed 9/11/90, effective 10/12/90.]