State Laws


ALABAMA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a district attorney.

ALASKA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

ARIZONA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which constitutes a misdemeanor offense. A law suit may be brought by the state attorney general.

ARKANSAS: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by the state attorney general.

CALIFORNIA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a district or prosecuting attorney.

COLORADO: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a district attorney.

CONNECTICUT: State law forbids automobile odometer tampering, which is defined as a misdemeanor offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, the Commissioner of Consumer Protection.

DELAWARE: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: The law of the district forbids false advertising. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the director of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs.

FLORIDA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is a felony offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or certain state officials.

GEORGIA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer.

HAWAII: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the Consumer Protection Agency.

IDAHO: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or by the state.

ILLINOIS: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is a misdemeanor offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a state attorney.

INDIANA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is a felony offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer and the state attorney general.

IOWA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

KANSAS: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a district attorney.

KENTUCKY: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

LOUISIANA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is a misdemeanor offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

MAINE: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is class D offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

MARYLAND: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or the Consumer Protection Division.

MASSACHUSETTS: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

MICHIGAN: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a prosecuting attorney.

MINNESOTA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is a misdemeanor offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a county attorney.

MISSISSIPPI: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is a misdemeanor offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a district or county attorney.

MISSOURI: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which can be a criminal offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

MONTANA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, a county attorney, or the Department of Commerce.

NEBRASKA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

NEVADA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is a misdemeanor offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a district attorney.

NEW HAMPSHIRE: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is a misdemeanor offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

NEW JERSEY: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

NEW MEXICO: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is a misdemeanor offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a district attorney.

NEW YORK: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is a misdemeanor offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

NORTH CAROLINA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

NORTH DAKOTA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is a misdemeanor offense (or a felony offense when the defendant has a prior conviction). A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a stateĀ¤s attorney.

OHIO: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a district attorney. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

OKLAHOMA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is a misdemeanor offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a district attorney.

OREGON: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or by the state.

PENNSYLVANIA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a district attorney.

RHODE ISLAND: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

SOUTH CAROLINA: State law forbids false advertising. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, a solicitor, a county attorney, or city attorney.

SOUTH DAKOTA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is a misdemeanor offense (subsequent offenses are felony offenses). A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

TENNESSEE: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is a misdemeanor offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or the Division of Consumer Affairs of the Department of Commerce and Insurance.

TEXAS: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, a district attorney, or the state consumer protection division.

UTAH: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering, the latter of which is a felony offense. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or by the state.

VERMONT: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a state attorney.

VIRGINIA: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer, the state attorney general, or a commonwealth attorney.

WASHINGTON: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.

WEST VIRGINIA: State law forbids false advertising. A law suit may be brought by an injured consumer.

WISCONSIN: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by an injured consumer.

WYOMING: State law forbids false advertising and automobile odometer tampering. A law suit may be brought by a consumer or the state attorney general.