likely NOT without an attorney because once the dealer gets YOUR money in HIS hands, it just don't want to come out. ANSWER: In, the DOT regulations state that the contract is set once it is signed and the car is in your posession. Posession is when you look over the car and tell what flaws you see to be fixed, and you sign the "all clear" statement. NOW it is yours. Once you sign that the car is good to go, and you drive away, so do any chances of you getting your money back.
No you cannot if you signed the contract and paid for the vehicle. The Buyer's Remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a vehicle.
Yes, the noun 'drove' is used for a group moving from one place to another.The noun 'drove' is a standard collective nounfor:a drove of bullocksa drove of cattlea drove of donkeys (or asses)a drove of goatsa drove of haresa drove of hogsa drove of horsesa drove of oxena drove of pigsa drove of rabbitsa drove of sheepa drove of swineand large groups of people that are in motion.
The noun 'drove' is a collective noun for: a drove of asses a drove of cattle a drove of donkeys a drove of goats a drove of hares a drove of horses a drove of oxen a drove of pigs a drove of rabbits a drove of sheep The noun 'shelf' is a collective noun for: a shelf of books
The noun 'drove' is used for a group moving from one place to another.The noun 'drove' is a standard collective noun for:a drove of bullocksa drove of cattlea drove of donkeys (or asses)a drove of goatsa drove of haresa drove of hogsa drove of horsesa drove of oxena drove of pigsa drove of rabbitsa drove of sheepa drove of swineand large groups of people that are in motion.
It is difficult to know what you are asking; however, Jaguar made the XKE from 1961 until 1974 and used models are available on eBay and from classic car dealers.
Drove (past tense of drive) can be transitive or intransitive. Transitive: He drove me to work. Intransitive: He drove to work.
Not if you signed the contract to purchase the vehicle, unless the dealer agrees to let you back out. If you have taken delivery of the vehicle and drove it off the lot it is now a used car and it belongs to you.
Felicity drove a car.Will and Bertram drove a herd of sheep.
Actually he just drove them out not drove as in car but drove as in he kicked them out.
'We drove to the sports center.' Or: 'We drove there.'
Drove and Stopped are the verbs in that sentence.
"You drove past his house" is correct.
Drive is the present tense of drove.
a Drove of Donkeys
Drove is the simple past tense.
A drove is a large group of animals, such as a "drove of cattle". In the 1800s, farmers drove cattle to points of shipment, such as to a river boat, often traveling mud roads.
Dale Jr. drove the 9 car Kasey Kahne drove the 8 car in 2007
No, it is the past tense of the verb "to drive."
A drove of pigs if the collective noun for pigs on the move
The word 'drove' is the past tense for the verb to drive.
THey didn't drove there, they came in droves!
It drove the industrial revolution
Yes, drove is the past tense of drive.
A dove is in a drove pack, you dopey prick.