AUCTION CAR SOLD TO ME FALSE ODOMETER READING
Hi, recently i went to a public car auction, i purchased a 2013 dodge challenger that had 102,192 written on the windshield for miles, when i got into the car to drive after purchasing, i notice that the odometer has just over 112,000 miles, and even the paperwork on the car shows that the auction/storage received the vehicle on 9-22-2020 with 102,192 from a used car dealership, I'm kinda skeptical about the time the car spent at the auction/storage lot and im assuming workers their the owner used the car to drive around and have fun and then throw it in the auction once they were done with it. This place has had its fair share of complaints about being crooked in the past. Is there anything i can do legally to maybe get a compensation or part of my money back that i payed? what are laws protecting me from things like this? PS i'm in california
Did you have a chance to sit in the vehicle before you bid on it?