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Carvana Loses License to Sell Cars in Illinois. Again

Carvana is in a rut again as it faces another licence suspension in the state of Illinois. Following a similar fine issued at the end of May, the state regulators have criticised the online used car company twice in the past two months.

The licence suspension for Carvana went into effect on July 18, 2022, according to NBC 5. From that point on, the Fortune 500 firm won’t be able to sell cars in the Prairie State until it settles the state’s grievances.

The early problems Carvana encountered with delayed title transfers and the purported issuing of out-of-state temporary car registrations for hundreds of Illinois clients are still a factor in the current complaints.

Even worse, consumers who purchased the vehicle prior to the indicated date have been whining that the business was unable to finish delivering their vehicles. One of the clients who called NBC 5 claimed that Carvana claimed the delay was “caused by the disagreement with the Sec. of State’s office.”

NBC 5 has received confirmation from the Secretary of State’s Police Department that Carvana must deliver vehicles that consumers purchased on or before July 18.

Due to multiple complaints about vehicle titles and registrations, Carvana’s licence to sell cars in Illinois was initially suspended back in May. The biggest problem was how long Carvana took to give its clients vehicle titles. The wait might sometimes go up to three months. Titles must be supplied within 20 days according to Illinois law.

Additionally, Carvana is under investigation for allegedly providing purchasers with temporary out-of-state vehicle registrations after their in-state registrations expired.


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