Once you've got the car and the dealer/seller provides title (presumably received the money or the loan), the contract is "executed".
And the first step in any question like this, is read the agreement you signed and made.
Agreement may or may not be important. Go back to dealer or private party and ask them to take the car back. Even though the contract was air tight in dealers favor...Our local Ford dealer took back a Honda used car after one week, full cash refund...then asked us to browse around on a number of their lots to see if there is another car we want! I told this story to many people = much good publicity. On a new car, this is not possible because now it is a used car. If dealer refuses, select another vehicle from their lot that you will buy-- if you can return the first one. If still no go, offer a cash incentive- what is it worth to you to NOT have the car? If still no go, try to get the bank to cancel your financing because your application was fraudulently altered, you are unemployed, etc.
No Not in Nevada, This is called a cooling off period law
Can I return the car (2006 Hyundai Sonata) I just bought?
you will just be billed for it as if you bought the game. i would just return it.
It cannot be driven out of the lot. As long as its in the lot, you can get a full refund.
As long as they have the receipt they can return it, otherwise, you can't do anything and they will just have to live with it.
You cannot just return a vehicle you bought. It is yours or the lender's who loaned you the money to buy it. There is no cooling off period on the purchase of a vehicle.
If the DVDs are unopened and have not been taken out of the original package and you have the reciept you should be able to return them. But you may only get a store credit.
Yes you can. You need to contact the place you bought them from and check their return policy. If you have all of the item in question and proof of purchase you should have no problem.
If it is a used vehicle and the contract states that you bought it "as is", you can not return the vehicle. Unless you were somehow misled as to the deal, the vehicle, or the contract, and can prove it, you can not return the vehicle.
In the state of Texas, there is a law that allows anyone a 3 day grace period to return a large purchase , such as a car or home within the 3 day time frame if you have changed your mind. And I do believe that law is nationwide.
NO, unless the dealer agrees.
Me?! I just bought the TM for it in Goldenrod City.