The Michigan Department of State is putting the brakes on a Carvana dealership in Novi.
Its license is suspended over alleged violations of the Michigan Vehicle Code.
The state agency said the Carvana outlet in Novi failed to maintain proper vehicle records, improperly issuing temporary registrations, violating terms of probation agreement over a hundred times, and committing other “fraudulent acts” when selling vehicles.
According to MDOS, Carvana dealership employees admitted to destroying title applications and other documents pertaining to the sale of three vehicles that were sold to customers.
The Novi Carvana is also accused of violating the terms of a probation agreement over previous issues 127 times.