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Not unless the dealer agrees to void the contract or fraud was involved. You signed it, and you will have to live with that decision.

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Q: Is there a way to get out of a signed contract with a car dealership?
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Can you return a used car to the dealership if they are in breach of contract?

This really depends on "which" contract they are in breach of. The bank contract is tied to the sales contract, different conclusions and responsibilities, but both will have separate and equal rights, seller and customer. Your question is way too vauge to respond with exact conclusions.


You signed a new car contract on Saturday and took delivery of the car you have many doubts about whether you should have traded your car Is there any way to back out of the deal and trade back?

No, once the contract is signed a buyer is now the legal owner of the vehicle, assuming the payments are made on time. Some dealerships offer specials which include a 3 day promise but there are no laws that enforce this.


Can a car dealership lend out their cars to clients?

It is up to the car dealership. They usually have some kind of contract, to lend you a car. Besides, one of the most popular ways to close a car deal, is to send the vehicle home with the customer for the night. It is called "the puppy dog" close. Once you have it, it is harder to take back. They also set up a false sense of ownership, that way.


What is the amount of the time a person has to return a vehicle to dealership?

Unless there's a specific clause in the contract or the car is a lemon as outlined by your state's law, you CANNOT return a car to a dealer, new or used. Once you've signed a legally binding contract, you are obligated to abide by that contract. There's no grace period or three-day cooling off period with regard to car purchases; that applies to every state. The only way you would haveg rounds to invalidate the contract is if, as stated before, the car is a true lemon or the dealer made an express warranty to you, as in "the transmission is brand new and runs great," when in fact the transmission is shot. Otherwise, you own a car.


What is the Pennsylvania law on returning a used car with no warranty to the dealership?

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Can you cancel buying a car after you have signed a contract but haven't picked up the car?

There are a couple of answers. If you are talking about a Purchase Order or Proof of Sale, then you can give it back with no money exchanging hands. But if your talking about a Bank Contract, then no, it is binding the moment you inked the paper with your name no matter whether you have the car or not. The contract is between you and the bank for money to pay for that specific vehicle.Unless you contract is flawed in some way (i.e. not signed by the dealers business manager, no bank listed, missing signatures from either party) you are the proud owner of a vehicle.


What is the best way to return a new car after only 3 days?

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Is it legal to videotape in a car dealership?

Depends on the interpretation of the dealership. If the law says it is legal, but the car dealership doesn't agree, you'll get an useless judicial dispute. Therefore, the best way is to convince the man that your video is completely innocent, which is a hard task.


Where can I take my car for check up?

I find the best place to have your car checked thoroughly is through the car maker dealership. For example, if you drive a Honda, you should take your car to a Honda dealership. This way, they know what things to check because they actually sell the car.


Is there a grace period when you buy a new car and have not taken deliver of the car?

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Can you return a used car to the dealer after finding out that there was a charge for 2000 dollars which was not explained?

no you can not return a used car if they charge you $2000. The reason is that you should have asked about everything including that $2000. If you signed a contract on it then there is no way you can prove that they charged you for something that you didnt know about.


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