How long have you had it? Have you had alot of trouble with it? If there has been alot of trouble with it there are lemon laws. You can check with the state. If you just want to take it back because you can not afford it I'm afraid your out of luck. Unless you have a very, very, very nice car dealer that will bail you out, but you are going to take it in shorts and still have to end up paying for some of it.
There is no overall right to return or recind a car purchase contract. Once it is executed/completed it is done. Some dealers may provide the ability to return it as part of their agreement, however they likely have many fee's involved to do so...(as well they should: your changing your mind should cost you, not them).
In any of these types of car purchase/return questions - the first thing to do is look at is that stack of paperwork you got when you agreed to the deal...you know, especially the one you signed and initialed, probably several times, and likely has a big bold heading like "Contract for Sale and Agreement for Purchase". See what it says about ways and reasons you can return the car, required notices, rights to cancel, warranties, etc. This is what YOU agreed to. Not reading it (or saying you didn't understand it) - and now wanting it to be enforced only as to what you think you would have wanted it to be then...- that is just foolish. But, look at it, maybe there are grounds...
Once you bought it (you and them signed and agreed to the terms, conditions and did the work on the contracts and titles), it is yours now, (and for them to accept it back, you both need to do the same things...agree/conditions/titles/etc. again).
And even in the dealers where they advertise a return policy...better read it...at the very least you will be expected to pay for all the liscence, sales, registration, paperwork, etc., fees, and probably something for the fact the car, once sold...even if never moved, cannot be sold as "new" again...by law...New cars have favorable financing, rebates, some have non transferrable warranties on things, etc. available...so they probably have some calculation for those costs. Rightfully, your the one who made a new car a used one.
The 3 day cancel frequently thought of is generally not applicable: Generally, the 3-day cooling off period applies to contracts signed in the customer's home - not at a company's place of business - for consumer goods worth $25 or more. And th contract must be pendingâ€¦it can't be cancelled if the whatever was doneâ€¦.it is a right to cancel a contractâ€¦not reurn thingsâ€¦and the a car contract is no longer pending once you have the car and titleâ€¦it is completed.
If this cancellation period applies, it should be stated in the contract.
You cannot return a car when it came from a car inpound because that is one of the rules of buying a car to them.
If you are referring to , buying a car without a test drive then wanting to return it because you don't like it? No.
You cannot return it. The Buyer's Remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a vehicle.
It is nothing more than a myth that you can return any vehicle after you buy it. You cannot return it at all. Once you buy a car you own it and you are stuck with it.
The answer is NO! Return it to who? You own the car, so therefore the dealer will not take it back, why should he. The lender does not want the car, he just wants his money that he loaned you to purchase the car, which you did. Buying a car is not like buying a shirt at WalMart. You bought it, and you are stuck with it. The minute you signed the papers, it is your car.
No, there is no such law regarding the purchase of an automobile. Once you buy a car, it is yours and you cannot return it.
In some states you can return a used car if something is wrong within a few days of buying. In other states, they operate under the, 'let the buyer beware' type of thinking. You should do your homework and take the care to a qualified mechanic before buying a car.
No you cannot. The Buyer's Remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a vehicle.
Unfortunately, no. There is a 3-day rescission period for getting a home loan but not for buying a car.
The Buyer's Remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a vehicle and once you buy it then it is yours. You cannot return it period.
in the state of Florida there is no cooling off period
If you are buying a used car in the Canadian market and according to OMVIC law you have a buyer's cooling off period of 48 hours after the contract is signed. But if you have already taken delivery of the vehicle (for more information on OMVIC please visit http://www.omvic.on.ca), you can return it to the dealer at a loss.
You need to be more specific in your question. Return a car to a dealer, return a leased car, return a borrowed car to a friend, return a rental car?
License plates can be kept and transferred to the car you are buying or you can return them and get new ones.
No, you can not return the car.
There is no 3 day right to cancel in Arkansas after buying a new car. A car can be returned however if the financing is not approved. Dealers can if they choose to offer a right to cancel.
You cannot return it as the buyers remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a new or used vehicle.
what can go wrong when you are buying a car
Return a car
Buying or leasing is a personal preference. There are advantages and disadvantages to both ways. In leasing, you use the car for a specified number of years, making payments on it just as you would if buying, except that at the end of the lease, you return the car to the dealership and basically walk away owing nothing more. When purchasing/buying, one assumes all the costs of maintenance as well as depreciation values.
After a car purchase, can I return the car?
The majority of car dealerships across the United States do not have a three day return policy or cooling off period on new or used car purchases. "Buyer's Remorse" will not be enough to get you out of a vehicle purchase or return a car to the dealer.Is an emotional response from a car buyer during or after buying a new or used car. Buyer's remorse can be feelings of depression, anxiety, fear or regret.Car buying tip: Car salesman are very aware of buyer's remorse and know that it can be a deal killer. Do not let a car salesman or dealer manipulate or persuade you into signing a binding contract or any other paperwork until you're ready to buy the car.Some car dealerships do have "3 day return policies." however these car dealerships will only honor their return policy if you have something clearly stated in writing.
Is it law to provide two keys by a car dealership when buying a car?
None, the buyers remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a new or used vehicle.