No. The 3 business day "cooling off" period does not apply to vehicles.
If 4 hours return seven then 6 hours has return in 4 hours and 2 more hours will no return within 4 hours.
In Florida, the allow allows consumers to return a used car within 72 hours. The contract must be cancelled within 3 days with the return of the car.
can you return a used car to dealer within 72 hrs in colorado?
You cannot return a car in Illinois within 24 hours of purchasing it as many have believed in the past. You can however contact the dealer to report safety issues that you have noticed within this time for warranty work.
In Michigan They Make You go to a place that drugscreens within 24 hours.
If it is a used car then no
You can return your used car, in the state of Georgia, within 72 hours of signing the contract. 120 hours after signing the contract will require a determination by a circuit court judge.
A buyer cannot return a car within 72 hours of purchase in California, as the Lemon laws do not apply. The 72 hour cooling off period does not exist unless the buyer acquires a contract cancellation option.
No, the three business day (72-hours) "cooling off" return regulation does not apply to motor vehicles of any type.
California is 3 hours behind Michigan
Yes, in most states an used car can be returned within 48 to 72 hours of purchase. You will need to find out the lemon laws in your state.
It depends on where you are leaving in Michigan. From mid-western Michigan, than about 26 hours (1 day and 2 hours).
If you file your return electronically, the IRS will acknowledge receipt within 24 hours. The status of your refund, if you are getting one, will be available online within 72 hours of that acknowledgement. If you mail in a paper return, it will take 3-4 weeks for the IRS to process it and make your refund information available online.
No, you cannot.
You can resume normal activities within 24 hours after a DNC as long as they are not strenuous.
as is is as is. Found that out the hard way
Yes you can just make sure you have the receipt!
In Minnesota, a used car cannot be returned within 72 hours of purchase. Once the contract has been signed, the car cannot be returned anymore.
No, you cannot return a vehicle you have purchased. The buyer's remorse or cooling off period laws do not apply to the purchase of a vehicle.
As per this guy's experience: http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/0/088/RipOff0088349.htm No, you do not have a legal right to return the car.
Hawaii is the only state that can be 8 hours away from Michigan
75 mps per hours in michigan
it will take about 10 to 15 hours if your in michigan about 13 hours