some states have laws on used cars under a certain mileage and lemon laws on others. Was there any warranty on the van? call your state Attorney general and ask.
A used car can be returned the day after it is purchased in New Mexico if the dealer offers this advantage. Lemon Laws exist in New Mexico and a defective car can be returned the day after it is purchased with no problems.
Depends on if your state has a lemon law, and what the specifics of the law state.
No-one, 60-70 thousand miles is not a new car. * The term "lemon" only applies to cars that have serious mechanical or safety problems when they are purchased or shortly thereafter. It is highly unlikely that state lemon laws would apply in the circumstances cited. However the interested party can research the laws pertaining to the state in which they live or where the car was purchased at Car Lemon Com, http://www.carlemon.com
No, the lemon law is not for used cars. It is for a new car you bought that is a lemon and a car that the dealer is unable to repair. Check with you state Attorney General for the details of your states lemon law.
There is no such law as a "lemon law" on a used car. Lemon laws only apply to new cars.
The PA Lemon Laws cover new car purchases but not used car purchases, although there are national lemon laws and consumer protection laws that do cover used car purchases in Pennsylvania. The full Pennsylvania Lemon Laws are too long to list here, but info can be found in the related links below.
Here in 'Murica, you can be sued for pretty much anything. Whether or not they actually have a case and anything comes of it depends on a wide range of variables.
If your dealer won't make good on your purchase of a 'lemon', don't give up! Your state may have specific laws-- knows as 'lemon laws'-- protecting you from this kind of situation. Warranties on used cars won't cover everything, of course, but if you are really stuck with a lemon, the law just might be on your side.
You do not have a period of time to return a used car in Ohio. You are stuck with your car unless it is a lemon situation on the lemon law. Then you have to proof that the dealer would not work with you to fix the problem.
The California car lemon law offers consumers protection against buying a faulty used car.
Only 6 states have used car lemon laws.ConnecticutMasscchusettsMinnesotaNew JerseyNew MexicoNew York
Once a car is purchased you can not return it to the dealer in Oregon. However if the car has serious mechanical defects it may be returned under the Lemon Law
There is no "lemon law" on used car sales from private parties. One generally buys a car in those conditions "as is" and there is no warranty or guarantees implied. The sale is final and the previous owner is under no obligation whatsoever to return your money or take the car back. You bought it ... and now anything that goes wrong with it is your responsibility. Next used car purchase, take a mechanic along to evaluate things before you put your cash down.
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.
The lemon law is a law protecting car buyers from used car purchases. If a vehicle is not as reliable as it is represented, the buyer has certain legal rights to pursue if they choose to do so.
depends what you're trying to return it for. if it falls under your local "lemon" laws then you have grounds for a refund of purchase otherwise you're stuck with the vehicle or you can stop paying and they'll come repossess the car.
A "lemon" in the context of purchased goods is a product that does not live up to expectations, or has flaws or defects that become apparent after purchase. The term was coined by Julian Koenig when used to describe a defective model in Volkswagen's 1950s advertising campaign "Think Small".
A used 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer can be purchased online on used car websites such as Edmunds. It can also be purchased at your local car dealership of Mitsubishi.
Some states have a "Lemon Law" which allows returning within 3 calendar days. If beyond that time, you may have to be satisfied keeping it or selling it.
A "lemon car" refers to a new vehicle that has numerous faults and defects, usually discovered after the car has been sold. The term "lemon car" is a British/American slang first used by Julian Koenig to refer to a defective Volkswagon back in the 1950's.
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.
Legally, on a used car, probably none. There may be "lemon laws" on new cars but not on used cars. If you take it "as is" you get it "as is".
There is none. The Buyer's Remorse laws or cooling Off Period Laws, in every state only apply to unsolicited purchases. These laws do not apply to the purchase of a new or used automobile. If you purchased a used car with a warranty that is what you have to fall back on. If you purchased it "As Is" then you have no warranty at all. You can never return a car for a refund. You can however return a new car for a replacement if the vehicle cannot be repaired and you follow all the rules associated with the Lemon Law in your state.
Sounds like you bought a lemon. Check out the lemon law.
Lemon Law applies no matter what the warranty says.