If you bought a car from a dealership and then later you found out it was in an accident can legal actions be taken?
Possibly. I assume it was a used car. Did the seller represent to you that it was NOT in an accident? That would probably be legally actionable. On the other hand, if they just failed to mention it, it would be alot tougher to recover. To recover, you would have to be able to show that: the seller knew or should have known that the car had been in an accident, that the seller represented to you it wasn't, and that the car is actually different somehow than if it hadn't been (that you were "damaged"). Sometimes a State's Attorney General's office will help people resolve these kinds of problems; they have a lot of clout and are free (unlike a lawyer). Understand that if you sued and won, generally all you would recover is the diffence between the value of the car you have and the value of the car if it hadn't been in an accident. You MIGHT get your attorney's fees paid by the loser, but probably not. So as a lawsuit, it can be expensive even if you win.
What if you purchased a car from an auction and found out you had been over charged can you return the car?
A car dealership deducted your deposit TWICE on a car you bought 3 months ago and they just found out about it now they are demanding for their money Do they have a right to legal action?
How do you unlock a Honda accord 2000 model CD player without paying for the code on line and the unlock code is not found anywhere on the car body?
I bought a non-certified car from a dealership who said the airbags had never been deployed. I later found the car had been in an accident and discovered the air bag sensor wires were cut.?
If the vehicle was sold to you with a disabled air bag restraint system it was sold in violation of the law. Contact the dealer and ask that it be repaired for free or an allowance be made in the price you paid. If they balk at this, turn them into the your local and/or state consumer protection office.
Bought a used car one and a half years ago just went to sell it and then found out the car had been in an accident before we bought it The dealer said it had not been in any accidents what can we do?
I just bought a new car but two days later the dealership called and said i need a cosigner I found one and they have very good credit should my APR and monthly payment go down with a cosigner?
No because you applied for the loan with YOUR credit. For whatever reason (you have the right to find out why) the dealership decided you were too big of a risk to be granted the loan you requested. The purpose of the cosigner is that in case you mess up your cosigner will be responsible for the loan.
You bought a van from a dealership they didn't have the title on the day of sale They later called and found it Was it legal to sell without having the title?
If you are talking about just the boot, and not the whole CV Joint (Axle), then no it's not that expensive. The boot itself should be under $50 depending on your make and model of vehicle, and the labor, even at a dealership should not be all that bad. You can call your local dealership and get a price over the phone. Now if you need the whole thing, CV Joint, that can be expensive…
The first place to look for used Dodge diesel trucks is a local Dodge dealer, but if none can be found through a dealership or local classifieds, there are a few recommended websites. One is DieselTrader, which specializes in diesel engine automobiles; the other is more general but offers customized searches, and that is AutoTrader.