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In the state of Texas: "The so-called "buyer's remorse" law may be the biggest myth in the law. When you sign a contract to buy a car, you are bound. Unless the seller has misled or deceived you into signing, you cannot just change your mind. Don't ever sign anything unless you are sure that you want to close the deal."

The Texas "buyers remorse" law refers to door to door salemen. The time limit to change your mind on a new car is "ten seconds before you sign the contract."

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Q: In Texas is their a law that gives new car buyer buyers remorse?
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