Only if they have that it writing. Go through your paperwork, or better yet, have the dealer show you in writing where it says they can do this.
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NO unless thay have found you to have lied like if you told them it hsde a clean title and when it arrived at the dealership with a salvaged title but this mudt be in wrighting most sales contrats state that the cars safety equ. and title are clean and in good working order check first
When purchasing a dealer car, you can generally get a big discount over a new vehicle. Dealer cars generally have low miles and are taken care of.
Its a sale between 2 people. Not actually purchasing from a firearms dealer.
Answer: I take it you are talking about a trade in. You or the dealer will have to apply for a lost title.. simple.
depends on the mileage and its condition
NO. check with your dealer
You should ask for a car fax when purchasing a used car from any dealer. I would also have a friend who knows a lot about cars to come with you when purchasing a used car from a person or dealer unless your smart about cars yourself. I think it's always best to have another's opinion when purchasing something that pricey. You should know the value of the car your purchasing and check the Blue book so you avoid being scam. If you are going to purchase a used car, make sure it is certified and runs well and that the dealer of the car must provide you with correct information.
That would depend on your purchase agreement. If you have no reason to take it back, you would be at the mercy of the dealer. If something goes wrong with it immediately, the dealer should either fix it or take it back. Usually the dealer will give you some kind of written warranty, but even without that, there is an implied warranty of fitness.
One can find information about purchasing a used Toyota Prado at a local car dealer. Car dealers will have much information about the Toyota, because if they want to sell their product they need to know it inside and out.
Well, I would recommend purchasing food trucks manufactured by Toyota because they offer a variety of vehicles for an incredibly reasonable price annually.
If you're purchasing a handgun from a licensed dealer, you fill out a Form 4473.
There is no return policy unless the dealer agrees to this. You bought the car so it is yours. A car dealer is not like Walmart where you can return an item you bought.
No, there is no buyer's remorse law in Ohio about car purchasing. Once you sign a contract you are committed to the purchase and unless the dealer lets you out, you are committed.
The legal ways to purchase one in the U.S. include purchasing from a gun dealer or from an individual. Depending on the state, to purchase from an individual, you may or may not have to go through a gun dealer to complete the transaction.
Because they are "stock cars" and NASCAR wants their race cars to look something like what you buy at the dealer.
In my opinion, Biggie is the greatest because his flow and his story of a poor drug dealer who got an opportunity to get into something big.
Are you dying to be part of the new "go green" movement by purchasing a new car that runs without gas? If so, then you should consider buying a new car from a foreign car dealer. You will be able to save thousands of dollars by purchasing an electronic car from a foreign dealer. These are the most innovative and fuel efficient cars of the today.
a dealer should have a bond. The coverage on the vehicle is like having a liability policy. If the dealer was driving the car and had an at fault accident, he will have to pay for repairs on his vehicle and the bond will cover the other persons car. Once you buy a car from a dealer, you are responsible for purchasing insurance for the vehicle, the dealer is no longer liable. In fact, the dealer should require that you have insurance before you drive the vehicle off the lot.
Not unless you purchased a warranty or something that said they had to. Just because you purchased a vehicle from someone/dealer doesn't make them responsible for your rental while yours is under repair.
Sure - but you are not likely to get it unless he had one already. ========================== Hi. It can't hurt to ask. If you are already a customer of the dealer, I would think that they would welcome the chance to further be of service to you.
Vehicle registration numbers are a means of determining the owner of a vehicle. Usually, when purchasing a vehicle from a dealer, the dealer will transfer the registration number to the purchaser and fill out the required forms.
Have it appraised by a knowledgeable dealer.
When purchasing a used car from a dealer in most cases the sale is considered a purchase in "as is condition". This is where the dealer makes no representation on physical condition or state of repair of the car in question. In most States the buyer will sign paper work agreeing to this at the close of the sale. This does not mean that the buyer doesn't have any recourse. The needed repairs can be presented to the dealer and assistance may be rendered for customer satisfaction purposes. This is most effective if the Dealer feels they have something to gain as in referral traffic or customer retention for future sales.
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