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.
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?
If it is a used car then no
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 Minnesota, a used car cannot be returned within 72 hours of purchase. Once the contract has been signed, the car cannot be returned anymore.
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.
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.
as is is as is. Found that out the hard way
The risk you run in this situation is that the owner will report the car stolen. The owner would be within their rights to assume the car was stolen and proceed as such.
A lemon law claim in NYÊallows car buyers to return a new auto to a dealer within 72 hours due to a bait and switch. It is difficult to return a car once a contract has been signed, but if the car is not performing as described by the dealershipÊit could be returned with some effort.Ê
One can return a used car in California. This is if a used car buyer has obtained a two-day contract cancellation option, and the used car is advertised as certified.
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.
It is nothing more than a myth that you can return any car you buy new, or used. Once you buy the car you own it and you cannot return it. The Buyer's Remorse or Cooling Off Period laws do not apply to the purchase of a vehicle.
You can only return a car if it has serious problems and within a 2,000 mile window. You cannot return a car if it doesn't have serious mechanical defects.
After a car sale, a private party can return the car within thirty days. This return policy is dependent on the individual seller.
No. The 3 business day "cooling off" period does not apply to vehicles.
Yes, but the person from whom you bought it may no longer be there or may not have been there in the first place.....
In Iowa, the law states that a person has the right to return a car within 3 days of purchase. Iowa also has a lemon law that allows a person to return a car within 24,000 miles or 2 years if it keeps breaking down.
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Most states have "no-cooling off" periods for automobile purchases if the transaction took place at the dealership.
No, the buyers remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a new or used vehicle.
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It is nothing more than a myth that you can return any car you buy new, or used. Once you buy the car you own it and you cannot return it except for repairs under any warranty that came with the car. The Buyer's Remorse or Cooling Off Period laws do not apply to the purchase of a vehicle. The only way you may return a car is under your state's lemon law if they have one.