I heard talk about a defect in the speedometer in a model of suv that has it so that it will register the driver's MPH as aprox. 5-10 mph slower than they're actually driving. The manufacturer is supposedly fixing this flaw for free. Clearly, no matter what the speedometer registers, the vehicle is going as fast as it is... so a ticket is earned/warranted if they're stopped. My question is, would the retailer of the vehicle be required to pay the ticket as would be a result in the driver not being accurately informed of his speed due to a design flaw? *before it starts... no, i didn't get a ticket that i'm trying to pin on the manufacturer of my suv. I also have not wrecked any company vehicles... lately.