Maryland Commercial Law Section 2-316.1
(1)   The provisions of § 2-316 do not apply to sales of consumer goods, as defined by § 9-109, services, or both.
(2)   Any oral or written language used by a seller of consumer goods and services, which attempts to exclude or modify any implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose or to exclude or modify the consumer's remedies for breach of those warranties, is unenforceable. However, the seller may recover from the manufacturer any damages resulting from breach of the implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
(3)   Any oral or written language used by a manufacturer of consumer goods, which attempts to limit or modify a consumer's remedies for breach of the manufacturer's express warranties, is unenforceable, unless the manufacturer provides reasonable and expeditious means of performing the warranty obligations.
(4)   (a)   The provisions of this section do not apply to a motor vehicle:
(i)   Required to be titled under the Transportation Article;
(ii)   That is over 6 model years old and that has been driven more than 60,000 miles; and
(iii)   If, at the time of the sale of the motor vehicle, the seller gives the purchaser notice of the inapplicability of this section on the form prescribed under § 13-119 of the Transportation Article.
(b)   (i)   An exclusion or modification of an implied warranty of merchantability, or any part of a warranty under this subsection shall be in writing, mention merchantability, and be conspicuous.
(ii)   An exclusion or modification of the implied warranty of fitness shall be in writing and conspicuous.
(iii)   Any exclusion or modification of either warranty shall be separately acknowledged by the signature of the buyer.