No, you cannot return a used car after having for a few months. In most cases, you cannot return a used car at all once you have purchased it.
yes because you can literally sue for anything
First, work for a used car dealer atleast 6 to 12 months. Then prepare a good used car dealer business plan. Go from there.
I believe the biggest thing is not getting into accidents. Your car will have more problems as it get older, whatever you do, but if it isn't a frequently used car it'll have less problems.
It depends on how long a "while" is. A few months is no problem, a few years and you will have fuel problems, battery problems, brake problems and cooling system hoses, belts, tires, etc problems.
Rent, it's cheaper and gives you the chance to buy another car after the 3 months. Hope it helps, good luck!
I bought a used car on friday, the car has more problems than I was aware off
Probably not. Since there was no warranty issued, the chances are that the car was sold "as is", which means that the seller is not responsible for making any repairs after the car was sold to you. It would be next to impossible to list everything that is wrong with a used car before being sold ... A used car is exactly what it is ... Used ... and being used means it could have problems later on.
give the car in the service
Most used cars are sold 'As Is' - In those instances you take the good with the bad, no matter how bad 'bad' gets. Used cars are exactly that ... used ... and used means things can and will go wrong.
There are many factors involved in trading in a car. The dealership looks at how much is owed on the car and how much the car will sell for as a used car. They will then calculate the difference. If too much is owed you can pay that difference, but if you do that you might as well keep the car. What you want in a trade in is to get some money to help pay for the new car. Since you only purchased your car 4 months ago I doubt you have any equity to trade on. If your car has problems you maybe able to use the "lemon law", but this has guidelines you need to follow to get a new car out of it.
Well, yell at him and make him pay you OR sue him