The Song-Beverly Act (Civ. Code 1790.1) renders any waiver of its provisions contrary to public policy, unenforceable and void.  This decision holds that while the antiwaiver provision does not bar all settlement agreements resolving Song-Beverly Act claims, it did invalidate the waiver of Song-Beverly Act rights in the pre-litigation settlement agreement in this case because there was no evidence that the unrepresented consumer was adequately informed of his rights under the Act to repair or replacement of the defective car and because the small amount paid under the settlement bore no reasonable relationship to the relief the consumer could recover under the Song-Beverly Act.  The case contains a lengthy analysis of other cases involving settlements or other alleged waivers of rights under statutes with similar anti-waiver provisions.