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The states of California and Texas operate buyback programs for older vehicles. Certain vehicle manufacturers, such as GM and Hyundai, have at times also operated buyback programs for their own models of vehicles.

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The GM Lemon Law Buyback program allows customers who believe they have purchased a faulty car to demand that the offending manufacturer buy the car back. The program is made possible through the application of the Unite...

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As of August 2015, some eligible devices for receiving credit from the Sprint Buyback Program include, at the lower end of the payment scale, the AT&T Alcatel OT-510, the Sprint Blackberry 7250 Black and the T-Mobile HTC...

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Some states have laws that allow consumers to reinstate their car loans, essentially buying back the vehicle after it is repossessed, according to the Federal Trade Commission. To do so, the consumer must pay the past du...

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