"If you purchase a used vehicle in Nevada and then no longer want the vehicle can you return it to the dealership and rescind the contract?"
You could sell it, but I don't believe you can return your vehicle to the dealership for a refund just because you are deploying.
If you bought the vehicle you cannot return it period. The Buyers Remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a vehicle.
You actually do not have a set period of time to return a vehicle purchase. There is no law that requires a dealership to take a vehicle back once purchased unless the vehicle is faulty.
Unless the dealership is the one actually financing your car, you don't. You would turn it in to the finance company. You just call them and tell them you wish to voluntarily surrender the vehicle. They'll give you instructions on how to proceed.
If you plan on registering the vehicle in OR, then no. You will be issued a "trip permit," which acts as temporary registration until you return to OR.
Have the car voluntarily repossessed. Using this option means that you voluntarily return the car to the finance loan company if you are too far behind on your payments and can't recover. If you decide to return the car, the finance company may pick up the vehicle or it may require that you return the car to its location.
i purchased a new vehicle last night and have now discovered that i can't financially afford to keep it, but would like to trade down with the same dealership. what's the possibility of returning the vehicle in Illinois without suffering consequences?
what happens if i voluntarily return my car to the bank due to job loss
You clean out all PP, and make it available to the lender at a reasonably convient time. Not a hard thing to do. IF the lender has a local office,dealership,ect. you can deliver it to that location and leave it.
mine was charged, i left the junker at the car dealership and when i finally got sick of paying for a car i hadn't touched for months, they repossessed something they had possession of.
When you go to a used car dealership, you should always ask them if the vehicle has been in any accidents, if they can provide repair history, a buyer's guide, and ask what their return policy is. If the dealership cannot provide repair history or has a no returns policy it is best to find a different dealership.
Return to the dealership immediately and have the situation corrected.
Perhaps, it depends upon the "lemon laws" of the state in which the vehicle is bought.
Dealerships have different policies- contact the dealership where you bought your vehicle for more specific information.
If it is too difficult to maintain payments on a car loan, it is possible to voluntarily give it back to the creditor or dealership. In some states, however, a creditor can sue for the remaining balance owed on the loan.
it depends on the car dealership and what is wrong with the vehicle
A) Drive to dealership. Select new vehicle. Trade your Astro for new vehicle. B) Push Astro off a cliff. Walk to dealership and get a new vehicle.
Yes, a voluntary repossession does not mean the buyer is not responsible for any of the remaining loan debt according to the original contract terms or for any additional fees.
A dodge dealership is a great place to get a dodge vehicle fixed, as they know the cars and trucks better than any other repair shop. You can be sure you are getting the right parts for your vehicle at a dealership.
It provides dealership, repairs and vehicle advice
Yes, it can still hurt your credit if you voluntarily return a car. The car company will still put the debt you owe on your credit report if they choose too.
The lien is still valid, even though you purchased the vehicle through a dealership. The lienholder's name should be on the vehicle title, though. If you were not notified of the lien before buying the vehicle, see the dealership and ask for "rescission of contract"--this means the dealership will take back the vehicle and refund your money. If the dealership is unwilling or unable to do so, contact you state's attorney general.
Can I return a use car