I would say that you can't return the car because,at a used dealership it's usually "AS IS" so the way you bought it is the way you going to have to deal with it.Also you could have looked for a used car with a warranty for only 30 days. That's all they give you at a used dealership.
In most cases, the 72 hour "Right of Rescission" law applies only if the item or items purchased were delivered to your doorstep and/or sold to you at your residence...i.e. door to door vacuum cleaner salespeople. If you buy a car...you own it.
Zero.. there is no return policy
You cannot return a car you purchased used or new in any state. The buyers remorse law or cooling off period law only applies to unsolicited purchases and not to the purchase of a vehicle. You bought it and you own it.
Audi A4 cars can be purchased at many different places like an Audi dealership or at a different dealership. They can also be purchased at many on-line sites like one named Edmund's Used Cars.
There are many places a used Ford F250 could be purchased. A used Ford F250 could easily be purchased at a Ford dealership or a local used car dealership. They can also be purchased from online directory sites.
It is going to depend on the circumstances. If you purchased the vehicle and it is a lemon.. then you can contact the place where you purchased it and get them to replace or reimburse you for the vehicle. There are stipulations to follow which outlines if it falls under the "lemon law". Usually when you purchase a vehicle, they give you so many days to return it if you are not satisfied. If you do not return it within those days, then you are obligated to pay for the vehicle.
Read the contract that you signed when you made the purchase
There are many places an Acura CA could be purchased. An Acura CA could easily be purchased at an Acura dealership, or it can be purchased from online directory sites.
None, the buyers remorse laws do not apply to the purchase of any vehicle new or used in any state. You bought the car and you own the car.
You should be able to. It depends on the laws in your state. I am in CA and there is a 3 day return policy/cancel a contract law. Call the dealership and the loan company. Do it now before you go too many more days with the car.
1o days :)
0 Days if you signed the paperwork at the dealership, 3 days if you signed paperwork outside the dealership (ie. Home, Work, School etc.). Unless the dealer offers a time period in which to return the vehicle. For example the dealer I work for offers a 3 day 500 mile money back guarantee. Hope this helps someone.
It depends on what store it is from.
You cannot break a contract unless there is something that is documented wrong with the car and the dealership refuses to repair it. There is no provision for a change of mind, only a lemon law.
Preowned Hondas can be purchased from many different places. It may be easy to find a preowned Honda from a private owner. It would be just as easy to go to a local dealership to find many preowned vehicles, including Hondas.
I'd say about 10...
Twice, for thirty (30) consecutive days each.
You can return the clothes within 30 days as long as you have the receipt and have not damaged the clothing whatsoever and have faith that they will take it back.
A Dodge Shelby can be purchased from a Dodge dealership. Or, one can check on a site such as AutoTrader, which would have listings for many vehicles, including Dodge.
10 days (Sunday's excepted)
Second hand Chevrolet vehicles can be purchased from many different places. You can find used Chevrolet vehicles at your local Chevrolet dealership. They can also be purchased through sites like Craigslist and eBay.