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If you are in a dispute with the dealership after you buy a car can you return the car to the lot while you seek legal remedies?


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2015-07-16 18:09:44
2015-07-16 18:09:44

Deffinately!! Dealerships will not tell you this but you have 30 days to return the vehichle no questions asked without penalty.

That is a very wrong answer. If you signed paperwork and took delivery of vehicle it is yours unless and until you win in court.

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Sure you can return it!! If you don't care about your CREDIT and the negative impact that will have on it. When you purchase a vehicle and sign a contract, that's it. If you are 18 years or older, you should understand what you're signing and if you're not sure about the vehicle.....why are you signing?

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