Plaintiff bought a used car on credit, signing a contract with an arbitration clause requiring arbitration of any dispute “which arises out of or relates to . . . condition of this vehicle, this contract or any resulting transaction or relationship (including any such relationship with third parties who do not sign this contract).”  This decision holds that the clause is broad enough to compel plaintiff, who sued for breach of warranty (i.e., the condition of the car) to have to arbitrate his claim against the car’s manufacturer.