Yes...as long as you have the money (or the credit), a dealer can sell you the car, regardless as to whether or not you have a job.
Typically, no a felon cannot sell a car at a dealership in California. Unless, of course, they are the outright owner of the car in which they are trying to sell to the dealership, (and have all the paperwork to prove this true) OR they are under an employment agreement with the dealership, and it is their job to sell cars at the dealership.
The best way to find a job as a used car dealer any where is to check your local classified ads either by paper or online, or checking your local craigslist for the job.
you can get it by doing black mail a car dealer job.
If it is in the new Las Vegas city ,try the job "Blackmail a car dealer".
How about making test drive appointments for car dealers who get inquiries online? Ask a small car dealer if you can answer their inquiries and get a commission for each person who shows up for a test drive.
If you purchased and financed that car through the dealer, and you miss a payment ... YUP ... they can impound (repossess) the car until one brings the loan payments current. You see, when one misses a payment, the perception of the loan company is that the person no longer wants the car - or just wants something for free ... not going to happen in this day and age. The dealer, after a reasonable amount of time waiting for you to pay up, could sell the car again ... and you would then forfeit all monies you paid towards purchase. Bottom line: pay those car loans on time, every time ... if you have to go out and get a 2nd , 3rd or 4th job - do whatever it takes to keep up with the payments.
Even with bad credit, a person can still get their car financed. One way is by going to your local Chevy dealer. With a little information and job history, they can have a car for you before you walk out the door.
answer OK IF YOU HAVE AN OLD CAR THEN YOU DONT NEED TO GO TO THE DEALER FOR THAT,BUT IF YOU STILL HAVE A WORTHED CAR,THEN DEALER IS THE MOST PERFEC WAY TO DO IT,THEY DO AMAZING JOB ON TIMNG BELTS THEY ARE REALLY GREAT,THYE HAVE ADJUSTER OR TENSIONER
Generally, no. Most dealerships don't care about how you pay for the car (after you've bought it) so long as you dopay for it.
Get a job, earn money, save money, buy a used car from a dealer. This process works, trust me.
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Yes, a person without a job can cosign on a car loan. However, the person must have great credit before they can cosign.
If they have already approved your loan, you won't get in trouble. If you have trouble paying your loan because you don't have a job, your car will be repossessed.
sell it, give it back or get another job
I believe if you had to ask this question, it would be better for you to take the car to a brake shop or your car dealer. It is not a easy job. Grayghost19
Take your car and check book to an authorized dealer. If you have to ask you don't want to do this job.
why should sales people sell stuff
This law varies by state. Please check your state law.
They don't explicitly say this, but it looks like dealers won't sell you "loose" replacement parts. They will only sell the parts as part of a repair job.
At the age of 10, you can deliver newspapers, sell lemonade juice, do a car wash, remove snow,
the person who left the job :)
well, can you? you can do it if you like....
Sell your blood (plasma)