There is no grace period on buying new or used cars in Georgia or any other state. The only exception to this rule is if the sale was unsolicited. For example, a car salesman drives up to your home and knocks on your door. You answer, and he shows you a brand new XYZ. You decide this is exactly what I've been wanting and you sit down at the table and sign all the necessary paperwork. This would be an unsolicited sale, in which case you would then have a 72 hour return policy. If you went to the dealership and chose the car, you do not have a return policy. The sale is considered final as soon as you sign the paperwork and leave the lot with the car. Reason being is that new car instantly becomes a used car when it is titled. It is therefore worth far less than a new car.
No, there is no grace period on purchasing a new car in Tennessee. Once you take possession of the car and drive it off the lot, the car is yours.
The warranty expires when the warranty expires. There is no grace period.
There is no legal grace period. However, most law enforcement officers will give you a grace period to get your license renewed. The judges will generally as well.
No, there is no grace period in any state. That is just a myth. Once you buy a new car it automatically becomes a used car worth far less. You bought it and you own it.
No, the 3 day grace period or cooling off period only applies to unsolicited sales, not vehicles.
NO unless you bought a new car
Read your policy. Some companies and policies offer a grace period and some don't. Call your agent not the car dealer to find out.
there is no right to recision in regard to the sale of a new or used motor vehicle in the state of Georgia
No. There is no 'grace period' for breaking the law. What an officer may enforce is entirely up to the officer.
Yes, but New Jersey has no incest laws period.
There is a 48 hour grace period to return a new car in most states in the United States. Used cars are often sold as-is without any type of warranty.
NO There is a NO Grace period no buyers remorse.
There is no cooling off period in Georgia in the purchase of a new or used car. Georgia law only provides for a three day right to rescind in the case of door to door sales.
There is no new or used car return law in any state including Georgia. The Buyers Remorse or Cooling Off Period laws do not apply to the purchase of a vehicle.
No, there is not. That new car is now a used car and you cannot return it. The cooling off period or buyers remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a vehicle.
I can't say specifically for Georgia, but almost any insurance policy will cover a different/additional car for a "reasonable" amount of time. Call your agent and check, preferrably BEFORE you go car shopping.
No, there is no "grace period" unless it is WRITTEN in the contract. Like a couple of new car makers are doing now. Automobile purchasing has always been buyer beware. There are Lemon laws in most states but even then they are very strict. Even if you win the lemon law the manufacturer sends you the Manufactured Sales Retail Price. You might still have to pay more out of pocket for the same car at a dealership. For more real answers for a real world go to http\\www.credityes.com. If credityes.com is not in your area call your local dealer and ask why?
According with federal law, since 1968, you can rescind any agreement in which payments are involved. The above answer is simply not true concerning the purchase of an automobile. There is no grace period or cooling off period on the purchase of a automobile. That law only applies to unsolicited sales.
No, the Buyers Remorse of Cooling Off Period laws do not apply to the purchase of a used or new vehicle in any state.
There is no grace period for returns on new vehicles. You can try talking to the dealership but that is no gaurantee they will help you out.
No, when the transaction is complete, the car is yours and so is the loan.
Call and ask your agent
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