Pennsylvania has elected to follow many other states in enacting vehicle dealer franchise laws as part of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Manufacturers, Dealers and Salespersons Act, 63 P.S. §818.1. In addition to providing licensing requirements and consumer protections, these statutes also attempt to protect the rights of Pennsylvania dealers and consumers by establishing laws to govern certain aspects of the relationships between vehicle manufacturers/distributors and their new vehicle dealers. To the extent applicable, these statutory provisions override and transcend contrary terms contained in the parties’ dealer franchise agreements that are typically drafted by the manufacturers.
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