If it is a used car then no
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.
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.
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.
That would depend on where you were when you began your trip. If you were in the Oklahoma Panhandle you coul travel through Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Texas and return to your starting point within a couple of hours with gas left over.
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.
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.
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.
Yes you can just make sure you have the receipt!