No. Once you sign the papers, there is no buyer's remorse law (the 3 day rule) on vehicles. Sure, they would probably give a good deal buying your a used car with little mileage on it. But it is a used car the minute you drove it off the lot and probably lost several thousand dollars worth of value.
I have an 2005 and the headlights on it will dim, and then brighten back to normal. I bought it brand new, and it has done it since I bought it. I actually took it back to the dealership, and asked them about it, and they said that Chevy knew that it would do that, but that the car would keep running, and that there was nothing that they could do about it. Hope this helps.
If your brand new scooter, is brand new, don't mess with it, take it back to where you bought it - you are liable to ruin the warranty if you mess with it.
I would go back to the dealer right away and explain the situation. See what they can do for you.
Go back to the lights page and it will say remove under the one you bought.
You will have to read the warranty, but most new cars can be serviced at any dealership selling the same brand.
If you have a warranty, take it back to the dealership for repair. If you don't have a warranty, then you are responsible for all repairs.
Visit Car Lemon Com, http://www.carlemon.com to find out what the laws are in the state where the car was bought.
Well, if you bought it new it should have told you what brand it is. If you got it used on Ebay or a pawn shop then you can usually look at the back of the neck at the bottom and see a brand. If there is no brand you can probably take it to an expert or something.
I really cant answer that, but in my opinion it would be smart to go back and see if you can get some kkind of proof of ownership
He wasn't happy with the new car, so he brought it back to where he had bought it.
Assuming you mean the vehicle you purchased was given back to the dealership you bought it from then yes. Be prepared to submit to your insurance company proof of these transactions, either in the form of title transfer records or a letter from the dealership outlining the details of your transaction.
You will need a radio code, and the procedure necessary, to input the code into the radio. If you bought the car used, you will have to contact a Honda dealership with the VIN number for your car, in order to find out what the code is, that you need to program into the radio. They may tell you to bring it back to the dealership where you bought it. But if the dealership is not a HONDA dealership, that will not help. Nor if you bought it from a private party, can you do that. OBviously! I had to do the same thing on a 1995 Honda Odyssey minivan that I owned a couple of years ago. Although they did not want to do it at first, they complied once they realized they were my only avenue to find out the radio code. --Tom.
You need to find out what this dealership`s policy is on returning used vehicles. Some car dealerships have standard rules to follow when you buy a used vehicle. Others have their own rules.
no you can not return the car for your money back. As soon as you sign and drive off the lot the automobile is legally yours.
GO back to the dealership you bought it from and tell them you want a owner's manual for it. They should give it free of charge because u didn't have one
Tell the dealership to give you your old car back and any money you gave them then you will give them their car back.You might want to consult an attorney.
If you have an electric window, you may want to go back to the dealership where you bought it as they would know the best way to deal with the motor, track , and what type of glass to use.
If you are purchasing an automobile can the dealership file a warrant for your arrest if you miss a payment?
One can find information about Bugatti cars at any high-end import car dealership that sells them. Bugatti also has a website that recently opened back up after Volkswagen bought Bugatti.
after approved financing and signed contract, have had car 8 days, can a dealership take car back?
If it is a brand new engine take it back to where you bought it. Because if you do anything to you will void your warranty.
You can politely message the player who bought the horse and ask for it back but they are under no obligations to give it back.
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