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If you purchased a vehicle in Oregon and have not driven it off the lot can you get out of the deal?


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2015-07-15 19:25:57
2015-07-15 19:25:57

If you haven't driven it off the lot, I'm pretty sure you can get out of the deal. And even if you have, there is a chance you can also.


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If you have not driven off the lot with the vehicle and have not turned over the title for trade there is no deal. They still have the vehicle you agreed to buy, and the bank has to approve the loan which has not been done either.

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