You can't return it to the dealership so that option is out. You have 2 options that I can think of. 1) sell the car for what you owe on it or 2) allow the bank to take the car from you. The first option won't hurt your credit, the second will because it is called a "voluntary repossession." If you sell the car, but cannot get what you owe on it, then you should get another loan to pay the difference in sell price and what you owe on the loan. Paying that off is much less than a new car you can't afford. You will have to pay off the car entirely to get the title and sign it over to the buyer. This is why you would need to get a personal bank loan right away if you sell the car, but sell for less than the amount of your loan. Just be sure to give the buyer a 'bill of sale' with both of your signatures on it when you sell the car. This way, they can't back out of the sale once you get the title a couple of weeks later.
1 day and 21 hours. If stuck in traffic it may take longer.
Stuck as in what? Is it like not closing/opening, or is it literally stuck in between stages? If its stuck half way, usually starting the car again or pressing the button for longer will start it again, otherwise get a repair center to look at it.
The answer is NO! Return it to who? You own the car, so therefore the dealer will not take it back, why should he. The lender does not want the car, he just wants his money that he loaned you to purchase the car, which you did. Buying a car is not like buying a shirt at WalMart. You bought it, and you are stuck with it. The minute you signed the papers, it is your car.
cruise control that is stuck on.
Get a job and put money aside every week until you have enough money to purchase the car you want.
Your choke may be stuck in the closed position , there for after the car is warm it want start because it no longer requires the choke . It's something to check .
Simple answer, NO!! I wish there was, but instead I'm stuck doing car deliveries.
Stuck ignition switch.
If your car is stuck on the tracks, and a train is approaching- then YES- get OUT of the car and get off the tracks. It is not that the train engineer does not want to stop, it is that he CANNOT stop- it may take a mile or more in distance to fully stop a heavy train. You will lose the car, but you will keep your life.
pull it out
Ferrari Enzo if you want style.
Most likely they will take the car and want to sell it to get their money
If you Legally still owed money on a car, but decide that you no longer want the car not, and would like to turn the car & note over to your brother, how would you do it legally, to make it the responsibility of your brother? Can I leave the car in my name, then have him put the Insurance in his name, and he pay me the note, and I pay the Lender myself?
Yes. Talk to the seller/dealer.
If stuck open the car will run cold. If stuck closed the car will run hot.
Because people dont want to waste money on gas and want to help out the enviorment. With a solar powered car, it will save them money but the solar powered car may cost a lot of money and be less useable.
If you borrowed money to purchase a car then you are required to pay it back.If you borrowed money to purchase a car then you are required to pay it back.If you borrowed money to purchase a car then you are required to pay it back.If you borrowed money to purchase a car then you are required to pay it back.
You will still owe the money back with agreed upon interest. There may be some legal issues if you used the car for collateral and you do not own the car. return the money with the interest. the longer you save the loan, the more interest you have to pay!
A charged-off loan is one where the lender of the money no longer believes the loan is profitable, due to the loss of value of the car. This is an accounting term and has no bearing on the amount of money a car will go for.
A car bought from a dealer is usually financed by a bank they want there money not the car back
Then you're still liable for the money you owe the lienholder.
At my company we call this a "rewrite", which is basically rewriting a contract to extend the time frame of the rental. If you want to keep your car longer, just call the branch where you rented it and tell them you want to do that. They will probably ask you to stop by in person to sign the new contract and then you can be on your way.
get it back?? prolly, depends on your payment record,ect. They really dont want the car, they want the MONEY. How long?? a day or two
The Disc is no longer recognized as media that can be played through your player, or you eject button is stuck on.
You get out of your car