My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: CALIFORNIA
I purchased a vehicle in 2015 in CA through a loan, so I did not have the title until I sold the car a few weeks ago. I received the title, signed it over, and mailed it to new owner. The title had the incorrect mileage (way more) for the date that I purchased the car. I did not notice this discrepancy, the new owner did. I called the DMV and was told they can see where the discrepancy was made, and it was a clerical error- they typed a 9 instead of a 4, however, they will not fix the issue unless the car is inspected. The new owner is losing their patience with me and I'm not sure where to go from here. I should add the new owner and vehicle are in Virginia where I was stationed (military) and I just moved to New Jersey. Can they really just refuse to fix this error that they clearly made and have evidence of making?