Collected by the State when you register the vehicle.
In Kansas a private sell doesn't have to disclose a Salvage title
You are required to submit a title transfer document and payment to the DMV in the state the vehicle is going to.
If it's a vehicle you purchased, you cannot return the vehicle. There is no threee-day cancellation clause or any other law that protects a person who bought a vehicle. It's assumed that you entered into a contract with knowledge and thought beforehand. If you bought a new vehicle and that new vehicle does not run correclty, you may be protected by a Lemon Law. If you bought it used from a dealer, you may be protected by a warranty, but in that case the dealer would only have to repair the car, not take it back. If you bought it from a private seller, it is considered an "As Is" sale and the responsibility is on you to have it checked out before you buy it.
The average is about 30 days from a dealer, private sale is immediate, unless you are able to get a temporary registration.
Bought a used vehicle but discovered that it is not in good condition, what should i do?
No. The sale is as is.
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.
Depends on the private seller.
You cannot return a vehicle. If you bought the used car "AS IS" with no warranty then you bought it as is, which means, exactly that, AS IS. If however you bought it with a warranty then the warranty may cover the repair.
If there is no warranty, you are. If you bought it with a warranty does it say it covers the transmission or complete drivetrain? Have you checked the transmission fluid level?
get really good grades or get bought in
This is the date the vehicle was first purchased and used by the original owner, which means when the vehicle was bought NEW and not when the second owner bought it used.
Find out yourself!
If you bought the vehicle you cannot return it period. The Buyers Remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a vehicle. You bought it an you own it.
The answer is NO. There is no cooling off period on the purchase of a vehicle. You bought it, you own it. Besides it is now a used car worth way less than when you bought it.
That will depend on the policy of the place that you bought it from. Some vehicles have a as is sticker on them. That means you buy it as it is. You may be able to talk to the owner of where you purchased the vehicle and inform them of the condition of the vehicle, most places will accept returns.
Unfortunately you do it with difficulty. Isuzu maliciously decided not to have a transmission dipstick on the transmission so the average guy cannot check it easily. Per the book, the transmission must be warmed to a precise temperature and then an overflow plug on the transmission is taken out. Fluid is added until it starts to flow out of the overflow plug and then you know it is full. it obviously must be done from under the vehicle. I would not have bought mine had I known this.
Who owns the car, the co or the person?
If you bought the vehicle you cannot return it period. The Buyers Remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a vehicle.
Used dump trucks can be bought on ebay, vehicle auctions, and construction supply liquidators. They can also be bought on vehicle classifieds like truckertotrucker.
You can file for a lost title
to any dealer