The used-car retailer CarMax and the Maryland Attorney General’s Office recently reached a $240,000 settlement for the company’s alleged failure to fix or notify customers about open recalls on vehicles they purchased.

The Maryland Attorney General’s Office accused CarMax Auto Superstores Inc. of violating the Maryland Consumer Protection Act, Md. Code Ann., Com Law Sections 13-101 through 13-501, for allegedly failing to disclose open safety recalls on the used vehicles it offered or sold, according to a statement this week by the office.

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