Can you rescind on purchase of a USED car days later in new york state?
No, the buyers remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a new or used vehicle. However New York does have a state used car lemon law. Check with your state Attorney General for the details.
Depends on the state-some have a cooling off period-some don't when it comes to used cars. However there is no cooling off period on the purchase of a new car in any state. Once you purchase a new car you are bound by the contract and it is your car. Reason being is that once you buy it then it no longer is a new car and instantly becomes a used car.
You better have decided by the time you sign the contract, because after that you can't usually return it. In most cases the contract will state this in bold letters so you can't later claim you were misled about it. Some states require used car dealers to offer buyers the option to purchase a recission period (a short one, usually 3 days) during which they're allowed to change their mind and return the car. Note…
No, there is no buyer's remorse law on the purchase of any new car in any state. Once you buy the car it is yours, and it becomes a used car the moment you sign the contract and drive away. Some states may have such a law on the purchase of a used car, such as the California law, but not on a new car. There is however a lemon law in your state.