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Missouri consumers who participated in the federal "Cash for Clunkers" program this summer could face state fines.
The state Department of Revenue said some customers left dealers' parking lots without the paperwork needed to register and title their new vehicles. If they don't register the vehicles within 30 days, they could be fined $25 per month, or up to $200.
Dealers in many cases held on to customers' paperwork, waiting to be reimbursed by the government for the $3,500 to $4,500 rebates given to consumers toward the purchase of more fuel-efficient vehicles. Some dealers said they've received only 10 percent of what they're owed.