If you stop making payments, someone will come get the car. Simple. If you take it back to the lot, they will sell it again. And sell you another one when you get another down payment. If the vehicle is recovered by the lender it will be sold at public auction for as close to the fair market value as possible. The borrower will be responsible for any deficit between the sale price of the vehicle and the loan balance plus applicable repossession fees, interest and other costs. If the borrower does not reach an agreement with the lender for repayment of any outstanding debt, the lender may take whatever steps necessary tht are allowed under the laws of the borrower's state to recover monies owed, including a lawsuit. The repossession action will appear as a negative entry on the borrower's credit report.
you need to find a dealer and a lender that's willing to take a chance on you try a dealer that does a lot of sub-prime credit deals. It may help if you had a auto loan before and that your 13 has nothing to do with an auto lender.
The dealer surety bond guarantees compliance with federal, state, and local laws, and also protects the consumer against fraud from the dealer. A good white paper on dealer surety bonds can be found here: http://www.suretybonds.com/edu/auto-dealer-guide.html
well they can make you go into court against them if that was what you were looking for i really dont get your question?
There are many car dealerships that offer the service "buy here, pay here". Auto Trader is one of the most popular car dealers that use this type of service with their customers.
The spelling is DEALER PRINCIPAL (a principal here is someone with a proprietary interest).
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That will depend on your state laws. I have seen such an agreement here in Massachusetts, but I believe it is illegal and is an unfair act or practice in trade or commerce prohibited in most states and definitely in MA.
Only if the dealer reports it to the credit bureaus.
A car dealer can hold a repo as long as he is the lien holder on the title.
auto lock actuator. If it will close but not open. If it will close I bet you won't here it lock. The part is a dealer item and cost $110.00.
I'm not sure if there is a public list, but you can call credit acceptance and ask if they can give you this information. Here is the number: 678-494-6010.
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They could- but there are too many variables here to give you one answer.
Check under the hood for routing sticker. Most cars have one there. If not, you could ask the dealer or your local auto parts store for it. You could also buy a motor manual with the diagram in it. Here you go. http://www.autozone.com/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/10/b6/be/0900823d8010b6be/repairInfoPages.htm
To turn on- !auto Message here To turn off- !auto off
IT DEPENDS IF IT IS BUY HERE PAY HERE OR A BANK REPO BANK REPOS YOU HAVE 15 DAYS TO PAY THE CAR OFF IN FULL AND 30-60 DAYS TO RETRIVE YOU BELONGINGS OUT OF THE CAR. BUY HERE PAY HERE LOT WILL GIVE YOU YOUR CAR BACK AS LONG AS YOU PAY THE REPO CHARGE AND YOUR BACK PAYMENTS
Usually the lender, not the dealer, will just tack it onto your payments, but yes, you probably signed an agreement to insure contract. However, they do not want the car back, so, most of them will just add it, then ad it to your payment. The dealer, unless it was a buy here, pay here, has nothing to do with the car, once it is financed. The bank owns it, once they finance it.AnswerYep, that's the way it works. Finance Company always requires Full Coverage Auto Insurance until the car is paid off. It's in your finance contract After pay off you can carry just liability if you like.
No,, When you buy a car its not like walmart.. a whole lot more process involved here.. The only way you could give the car back or get anything back money wise is if the car was a lemon.. You are protected by the lemon laws.
No you cannot be arrested for stopping paymentsto any car dealer, they can and will come get the car, however.
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Ususally that just means that the dealer has the resources to arrange the financing on the spot; you don't have to go somewhere else for a loan. They won't always be the best loan terms, but the're convenient. And if your credit is poor, they may be your only option.
Here is another site that is good for downloading any auto manuals I use it all the time for free: http://pdftown.com/ Best of Luck to you. >try here >http://www.analogstereo.com/plymouth_breeze_owners_manual.htm >if that doesnt work you can always go to the dealer
It depends on state law and the policy of the car lot. If state law does not require the auto dealer to take returns, then they probably won't do it. Most car lots don't.
IF YOU PUT A DEPOSITE DOWN AND SIGN SOME PAPERS AND AD INSURANCE ON THE THE CAR AND THE OWNER OF THE DEALER DON'T WANT TO GIVE YOU THE CAR CAN YOU GET YOUR MONEY BACK FROM THEM
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