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Can you return a car to the dealer that you bought in California in the four day?


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2015-07-15 18:32:09
2015-07-15 18:32:09

Depends. If you just didn't like the color, you're out of luck. If the problems with it are relatively minor, and it was an "as is" buy, you are in for an uphill battle. But if you only got fifty miles out of it and now it won't go, you have a legit gripe. Most states have "lemon laws" or something similar regarding inferior products. The first thing I'd do is just make nice with the seller and just explain what happened. Failing that, it depends on how willing you are to fight. I even knew a guy once that got a picket permit from city hall, painted a big lemon on the side of his jalop, and parked it in front of the dealership. Worked too, got his money back.


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