Secretary of State Ruth Johnson announced on Tuesday that after an investigation a local car dealership will have its license suspended after violating multiple laws.

Investigators began looking into Miller Used Cars on N. Saginaw Street in Flint after officers pulled over cars that had faulty temporary paper plates. After officers pressed for more information, drivers of vehicles purchased from Miller Used Cars admitted to illegally purchasing the paper plates and were unable to provide legal vehicle purchase documentation.

After attempting to get legal documentation from the dealership, Secretary of State investigators along with Genesee Area Investigators found that the Flint dealership was unable to provide records of vehicles. The dealership claimed it was only able to provide 7 of the 385 temporary registrations purchased. Miller Used Cars was also unable to provide information for more than 60 vehicles, even though dealership had the vehicle titles in possession.

If you purchased a vehicle from Miller Used Cars and would like to file a complaint please call the Office of Investigative Services automotive complaint line at 517-335-1410.

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