On April 23, 2013, the owners of 120 auto dealerships filed an antitrust suit against Carfax in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York alleging that Carfax entered into exclusive agreements with automotive companies and automotive-related websites to become a “monopolist in the sale of vehicle history reports.” As alleged in the complaint, Carfax is the provider of records for 37 out of 40 manufacturers’ certified pre-owned programs, meaning that a dealer who wants to participate in the certified pre-owned program must use Carfax reports. The complaint further alleges that Carfax has 90 percent market share for vehicle history reports. The dealerships are seeking $50 million in damages on each of the four claims alleged in the complaint.