There is no cooling off period or grace period when buying a car in Georgia or in any other state. You buy the car under an as is policy.
You cannot return it as the buyers remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a new or used vehicle.
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 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.
in the state of Florida there is no cooling off period
yes you have a ten day grace period on a car sticker
NO, unless the dealer agrees.
There is no grace period.
Does Santander car loans have a grace period
No, there is no such law regarding the purchase of an automobile. Once you buy a car, it is yours and you cannot return it.
Unfortunately, no. There is a 3-day rescission period for getting a home loan but not for buying a car.
The Grace period for expired car tags in Tennessee is 30 days.
The Buyer's Remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a vehicle and once you buy it then it is yours. You cannot return it period.
what is the grace period for expire tags in ky
No, the Buyers Remorse of Cooling Off Period laws do not apply to the purchase of a used or new vehicle in any state.
Once you have signed the paperwork and driven the vehicle off the lot, the car is yours. There is no "grace period" with a new or used car purchase in PA.
The warranty expires when the warranty expires. There is no grace period.
In my state, there is a 7 day grace period for anything.
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.
No No No, the only application of that would be if the dealership came to your door selling cars unsolicited by you.
There is no grace period. It is illegal to operate a motor vehicle on public roads without proof of financial responsibility.
You cannot return a car when it came from a car inpound because that is one of the rules of buying a car to them.
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.
If you are buying a used car in the Canadian market and according to OMVIC law you have a buyer's cooling off period of 48 hours after the contract is signed. But if you have already taken delivery of the vehicle (for more information on OMVIC please visit http://www.omvic.on.ca), you can return it to the dealer at a loss.