I am assuming you bought this from a dealer. You need to go over your paperwork and see if the vehicle was listed as new or used. This would be on the purchase agreement, finance documents, odometer statements and title/registration paperwork.
If the dealer represented the car as new and it is used, you should demand your money back immediately. If the dealer hesitates at all contact the bank who financed the car and let them know what happened and also the Attorney Generals office & Better Business Bureau in your area.
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Most likely, it was a car that someone purchased and it unwound, commonly from financing. You're still in a new car with the full amount of warranty and the new car APR.
IF a vehicle has actually been titled to another owner, you are buying a "title B" or in most states, a used car.
If you were sold the vehicle as a "New" Car, you should feel somewhat upset. The thing that should concern you the most is that the next person to buy your car will see that they would be the "Title C," or third, owner. Then YOU would be in the jackpot for trying to sell a 'one owner' vehicle.
If you were to trade the vehicle to a dealer, he would immediately discover that it was a title C and your trade would be worth less money.
is this vehicle currently registered?
Yes. Vehicle registration simply documents who legally owns the vehicle. You don't actually have to have a drivers license to own it.
No, just as long as it is legally registered in the name of the owner.
If the vehicle is registered to you, then this is grand theft. Call the police and report it. If the vehicle is not owned by you, then it may be theirs and they have a perfect right to drive their own vehicle.
A title cannot be changed without the owner of the vehicle signing off on the seller line. A title can be transferred and a vehicle registered by a person other than the registered owner in most states.
The owner of the car has to register the vehicle. The person on the registration must insure the vehicle, or be listed to drive that vehicle on a family policy. That example sounds close to insurance fraud so please correct the situation. Sell the car to the other person and they have to insure it. Actually it is 100% legal for a person to insure a vehicle registered in someone elses name so long as nothing illegal is going on...it can be the parents etc.....
What is the total no of registered motor vehicle in Mumbai up-to 2009?
As long as it is where the registered owner of the vehicle legally resides it is legal.
That depends on the country where the vehicle is registered and then perhaps the state of that country.
The owner of the vehicle is responsible for whatever it does unless you can prove that someone else was driving.
General principle of insurance is that you can't insure something in which you don't have an interest.
The dolly needs to be registered, but the car does not.
Get it registered and pay for it or sell it.
A registered owner is the person who has purchased or is purchasing the vehicle for their own use, while the legal owner would be a lien holder like a bank or other financial institution that actually owns the vehicle until it is paid off.
You can have a vehicle registered in your name. If your licence is suspended, you simply can't drive it.
It can be registered, but the repo man is still coming for it.
The vehicle must be registered in order to be driven on public roadways.
Yes, if there is a lien on the vehicle that has not been satisfied yet they can claim the car.
In most US states now, the license plate is registered to the driver. When selling the vehicle, the registered owner removes the plate(s) which forces the new owner to actually register the vehicle. This is not necessarily the case in other parts of the world. Check with your local registration department.
Yes, but only if it is properly registered as a handicap vehicle.
No, but if you wish to actually drive a vehicle, you will need to have insurance on that vehicle. A driver must also have a valid driver's license. Anyone who wishes to drive a car on a public street needs to have that vehicle registered and licensed as well as having liability insurance on that vehicle.
Any single vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR), actual weight, or registered weight over 26,000 lbs. or such vehicle towing a vehicle with a GVWR, actual weight, or registered weight of 10,000 lbs. or less.
Registration of the vehicle has nothing to do with the loan or financing of the vehicle. The only was to "default" is to not make the payments.
Why not. That unlicensed vehicle owner could be disabled and hired a licensed driver to drive the vehicle.
They can not in Tennessee