2007 California Vehicle Code Chapter 7. Sale Of Automobile Parts
CA Codes (veh:12000-12003)
12000. The Bureau of Automotive Repair in the Department of
Consumer Affairs shall enforce the provisions of this chapter. The
Bureau of Automotive Repair shall investigate and inspect retail
outlets to insure compliance with this chapter.
12001. (a) Any person who sells and installs new parts in passenger
cars, in the ordinary course of his business, shall provide the
customer with an invoice which identifies by brand name, or other
comparable designation, the part or parts installed.
(b) Any person who sells and installs used or factory rebuilt
parts in passenger cars, in the ordinary course of his business,
shall provide the customer with an invoice which specifically
designates the used part or parts installed.
(c) This section shall not apply to any fitting or other device
necessary to the installation of any new, used or factory rebuilt
part subject to the provisions of this section.
12002. No person shall knowingly manufacture, sell, or install in
any vehicle, any vehicle part which, under the provisions of the
National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1966 (15 U.S.C.,
Sec. 1381 et seq.), is, or has been, determined to be defective and
subject to customer notification or recall.
12003. Any violation of this chapter shall be a misdemeanor.
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