An 11-rooftop Indiana dealership group is facing a class-action lawsuit after customers say they were charged an illegal document preparation fee. It is the second such lawsuit filed this month against dealerships in the state, and legislation is already in the works to legalize fees under $200.
The customers filed the class-action lawsuit last week, accusing Andy Mohr Automotive Group of deceptive sales practices.
The suit says that customers who purchased from the dealership group were charged an unlawful document preparation fee of $199. The class includes potentially "hundreds or thousands of persons throughout the state."
The group operates dealerships in Indianapolis, Bloomington, Avon, Fishers and Plainfield, Ind. Executive management of Andy Mohr Automotive did not respond to Automotive News' requests for comment.