I just bought the car like any other used car. So, either the previous owner 
bought the battery, they changed their policy, or Smart and I are going to find 
ourselves in an odd legal situation since I have no contract with them.

I will contact a friend who seems to know everything about the Smart ED and see 
if he has more info.

> On October 24, 2017 at 4:52 PM Mark Hanson <markehans...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Bill
> When I called smart 2 years ago they said that they track used cars and force 
> the new owner to either pay an additional $5k or about $99 battery payments. 
> How did you get around that?  Did they change their policy?
> Best regards
> Sent from my iPhone
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