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Are new car dealers required to have their dealership decals on cars they sell?

Joseph Lowe
StarNews

The answer is to your question is no. The use of dealer decals on cars are solely for advertising purposes only, according to a spokesperson at Capital Ford Lincoln of Wilmington. Most auto dealers immediately offer to have the decal removed, but some don’t remove it unless asked. It provides free advertisement for the car company involved.

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