Sounds like you bought a lemon. Check out the lemon law.
Try to find a person with dealer license who can buy from Auction and go with him.
In North Carolina this form is used as a Dealer Reassigment of ownership. This means when a Dealer buy a car from a person or another dealer and then they re-sale the vehicle to another person or dealer. With this form the dealer does not have to register the vehicle on their name before selling it.
A person may buy a new car horn at a parts dealer. One may also buy a new horn at the auto dealer. A person could also find a used car horn at a wrecking yard.
If you plan to buy a used car, buy from a reputable dealer. If you purchase one from a new car dealership, the car will likely come with either the balance of the original manufacturer's warranty, or a second warranty backed up by the manufacturer and the dealer. It costs more to buy a used car from a new car dealer, but if you're concerned about being protected in case you buy a lemon, then it really is your best option. There's also another good reason to buy a certified preowned used car... The answer to your question if NO. A use car does not fall under the lemon law in any state I know of. That law only applies to new cars that are not preowned.
Yes, but you have to buy the whole lemon to do it.
You can buy auto parts from your local car dealer for a good price. When you have an import like a Nissan Silvia S15, you'll have to search for a car dealer that imports car parts.
Sometimes a dealer will still have unused cars from previous years, but a person generally will have to inquire from each dealer individually.
You buy them through either a broker or a broker-dealer. A stock dealer is like a dealer in any other product: it maintains an inventory of the product and sells it to customers. A stockbroker arranges transactions between people who have stock they would like to sell, and people who wish to buy it. This is the person you actually buy stock from. It is possible to own a brokerage that isn't a registered dealer, or a dealer that isn't a registered brokerage, but that's not how it's done anymore--the two functions are almost always combined into a "broker/dealer" company.
No, you cannot buy from a Saturn dealer online, you can get a quote and get an estimate of how much it will cost you to get a vehicle from a Saturn dealer.
Lemon juice? I know you can buy it at any supermarket.
A person buys into a game of poker by approaching the table and waiting for the hand to finish. The person then gives the dealer their money and in return they get chips and can play.
Adam goes to a car dealer and gets a loan to buy a new car.
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If you buy a gun at a gun shop or from any other licenced dealer, yes, you are required to pass a background check unless you are also a licensed dealer. This holds true in every state. However, in TN, a background check is not required on a person to person non-dealer sale, but you must have reasonble belief that the buyer can legally own the gun.
Online retailers that a person can buy GoodNItes diapers include Amazon and Overstock. Retailers that offer both online and in store purchase options include Target and Walgreens.
Lemon plant is a tree, where the lemon fruits are growing. Those lemons, what we buy in grocery stores.
It will be cheaper to buy from a dealer most likely. If you negotiation skills are good, you will be able to get a better deal from a dealer.
There are a number of sites in which a person can buy old books online. These include options like eBay and Amazon.
At the Chrysler dealer.At the Chrysler dealer.
The chisel is stuck! A sharp chisel is easy to use.
usually they lasts for 2-3 years, but these days there are alot of options. now a days it can last a lifetime as long as you buy it from the dealer.