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Local Dealerships Settle State Lawsuit

(Indianapolis, IN) - Two area motorcycle dealerships involved in a state-wide lawsuit have reached an agreement with the Attorney General’s office.


Six Indiana motorcycle dealers were accused of overcharging customers for documentation fees on purchases between 2017 and 2019. They allegedly charged $299 doc fees, even when state law limited such fees to $199. They now owe customers $100 each.


Among the dealerships are Harley-Davidson of Valparaiso and Honda of Michigan City.  According to the AG’s office, $174,000 in restitution needs to be paid back to 1,700 customers across the state.

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