Dollar General’s Motor Oils

June 2016: Some of the lawsuits filed against Dollar General were transferred to a court in Missouri to be heard together. To read Dollar General’s motion to transfer the lawsuits, click here.

2015/2016: Multiple class-action lawsuits have been filed against Dollar General for, among other things, deceptively marketing motor oils. According to the complaint, Dollar General’s DG Auto line consists of three types of obsolete motor oil products and the retailer does not adequately warn consumers that the products fail to protect and can damage “modern-day automobiles.” To read some of the complaints filed against Dollar General, click on the case information below.

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