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Can a dealership take your car back after the contract is signed and you have bought insurance for it?

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2017-10-10 18:08:06
2017-10-10 18:08:06

There is no return period unless the dealer has such a voluntary, user friendly policy. Most car sales are final. You need to read your contract and know the dealer's policies before signing anything.

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