The Chrysler Financial unit of DaimlerChrysler Services says it no longer will lease vehicles to consumers in New York State as of May 1, a move state legislators say may help spur measures to reform liability laws. The financial services firm says the decision to stop leasing is a direct result of the state’s failure thus far to change its liability laws. Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Corp. backed off leasing in New York last year for the same reason. The laws, known as “vicarious ...
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