SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 26 (Reuters) - Used car buyers in California will be able to return vehicles within 48 hours under legislation signed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Tuesday and hailed by its sponsors as the toughest of its kind in the United States. Schwarzenegger's backing comes a year after he vetoed a similar measure that would have obliged car dealerships to offer refunds on used cars during a three-day "cooling off" period. The amended legislation trims the period to two ...
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