The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has requested public comments on a set of warranty-related rules and guides, which were developed to “assist warrantors and suppliers of consumer products in complying with” the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act of 1975. The guides involve the agency’s interpretations of the law, the disclosure of written warranty terms, pre-sale availability of written warranty terms, informal dispute settlement procedures, and advertising warranties and guarantees. FTC invites comments on whether the guides are still needed, should be changed, conflict with other laws, and have been affected by changing technologies. The deadline for written comments is October 24, 2011. See Federal Register, August 23, 2011.