It depends on what the documents said when you took the car. Many dealers will do this. They let you take the car, so you become emotionally attached to it. Then they work on the financing. They probably had you sign a document that says the deal is subject to financial approval. If they didn't, you should be able to keep the car. Find out what car dealers don't want you to know at www.dealertricks.com
When you go to a used car dealership, you should always ask them if the vehicle has been in any accidents, if they can provide repair history, a buyer's guide, and ask what their return policy is. If the dealership cannot provide repair history or has a no returns policy it is best to find a different dealership.
'tank' is not an approved measure - it could be anything'tank' is not an approved measure
A Lexus RX330 can be bought in any Lexus approved dealership. If used, checking the local dealerships online will yield the best results for the best price.
There could be. If you call your local dealership with the VIN, they will check for free.There could be. If you call your local dealership with the VIN, they will check for free.
One could locate a Kia dealership in California at the Kia website's dealership locator. Dealerships are located in places such as Sacramento, Davis, and Clovis.
no i do not think a dealership could but you can call there
It depends on the context. For example, You could say " I have been approved to be a banana." It wouldn't make sense if you said "I has been approved." And you could only say has in " It has been approved to be a banana." saying " It have been approved to be a banana." just wouldn't make sense.
You could sell it, but I don't believe you can return your vehicle to the dealership for a refund just because you are deploying.
There are several great places to look for a used Mitsubishi L200. A buyer can look for this vehicle at a local Mitsubishi dealership to see if there is one available. A buyer could also look in a classified ad section of a local newspaper to see if there may be one for sale from a private seller.
keep it in a good place not in the car because if they find it they could take it from you "legally" by signing it
A person could find the nearest GM Dealership on the GM website, or on a Chevrolet website. That's the only places someone could find the nearest GM Dealership online.
At a car dealership.