First, you should call the person that you bought the car from if you haven't already. Just tell them what happened and you want your money back and you'll give the car back, end of deal. If they aren't willing to do this, which I think most people will be, then you'll have to seek further as to what to do.
because the owner went broke
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well somthing like that happend to me and it is because inside my computer the fan broke down so i bought a new one hope i helped
Yes, you can. If you just bought it from some guy, you're probably not going to get anywhere. If you bought it from a car dealership you might have a claim.
Once u but the car ur responsible for everything that happens to it. so ur sutck with the bill. just happened to me recently bought a car drove it for maybe 35 miles and it broke down cost over 40 to fix.
No, but if you bought them with a warranty you can get them repaired. If you bought them, "AS IS" then you are stuck.Added:Many states have a 500 mile, 10, or 30 day warranty rule on used cars. After that you are on your own unless the cars are under warranty.
Nothing unless you have a written agreement that any problems that occur within the first however long will be fixed by the seller. Normally if a person buys a car from a private owner they should get a mechanic to make sure everything checks out fine, because cars purchased from a private owner is usually not under warranty.
If you don't want it anymore then you can try re-selling it. A private sale is always "as-in" unless you have an agreement so you're probably going to have to cut your losses and be more careful next time.
No a repo can not do property damage no move other vehicles to get to one. If its on private property if the owner tells them to leave and they dont they are trespassing
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