AutoPedia® Credibility

AutoPedia® - The Automotive Encyclopedia was the first online encyclopedia and is the world's oldest and most trusted independent consumer lemon law reference source. Recommended by Consumer World, the American Bar Association, AAA, The New York Times, ABC News, McGraw-Hill Glencoe Online Education (Chapter 9), MSNBC, CNN, US Federal Consumer Information Center, the Judge Advocate General's Corps, and consumer reporters on radio and television. AutoPedia® has won awards and recognition going back to the very beginning of the Internet as we know it today with Yahoo Internet Life's 1998 4 Star Award for Lemon Laws - and is referenced in over 100 books, including consumer handbooks, legal reference books, automotive buyers guides, and college textbooks. AutoPedia® is the most recognized and quoted independent authority on automotive lemon laws. Millions of consumers worldwide depend upon the information and advice provided by AutoPedia®. Here are some of the things that people around the world have to say about AutoPedia®, as well as the awards, libraries, and places where AutoPedia® is used as a trusted independent reference source:(NOTICE - All images and other copyrighted materials used on this page are for historical records purposes only - used under the "Fair Use for commenting, reporting and educational use." However, any copyright holder may request a removal of copyrighted material and it will be removed. Please contact

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