SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed a bill on Thursday that would have created a California used-car buyer "Bill of Rights" and strengthened protections against buying a lemon. The law would have regulated conditions if the seller provided financing for the car such as a limit on interest rate mark-ups and would have created certain disclosure obligations. The bill would have also made it unlawful to add on costs after the terms of a sale were agreed upon. ...
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