"If you purchase a used vehicle in Nevada and then no longer want the vehicle can you return it to the dealership and rescind the contract?"
The return policy on used vehicles in Illinois is going to depend upon your dealership. If there is no warranty, you are more than likely in bad luck.
When you go to a used car dealership, you should always ask them if the vehicle has been in any accidents, if they can provide repair history, a buyer's guide, and ask what their return policy is. If the dealership cannot provide repair history or has a no returns policy it is best to find a different dealership.
NO, not unless the dealer agrees. The buyer's remorse law does not apply to the purchase of vehicles.
This depends on what terms you agreed to in your paperwork with the dealership. When you negotiate used car terms at the dealer you should always ask in advance if it's ok to return it. Call the dealership and ask them if you are unsure of your auto dealer terms. For more information of used car's check:- http://www.autopitch.com/blog/
Ask your local mechanic, and ask your friends/family where they bought their car at, and if they thought the car dealership they used was reputable. drive around your town/city and other cities/towns nearby and look for used car dealerships.
Perhaps, it depends upon the "lemon laws" of the state in which the vehicle is bought.
There is no return time in Georgia. A 72 hour right of rescission is for unsolicited sales. A car purchase is considered solicited because you initiate by visiting the dealership. You bought it and you own it.
Most states have "no-cooling off" periods for automobile purchases if the transaction took place at the dealership.
I would say that you can't return the car because,at a used dealership it's usually "AS IS" so the way you bought it is the way you going to have to deal with it.Also you could have looked for a used car with a warranty for only 30 days. That's all they give you at a used dealership. In most cases, the 72 hour "Right of Rescission" law applies only if the item or items purchased were delivered to your doorstep and/or sold to you at your residence...i.e. door to door vacuum cleaner salespeople. If you buy a car...you own it.
Possibly, depends on the dealer. I run a used car dealership, and the only way I would take a car return is if there is a major problem with it. Bad motor, transmission, etc. I wouldn't do it if you just simply changed your mind.