If it's a vehicle you purchased, you cannot return the vehicle. There is no threee-day cancellation clause or any other law that protects a person who bought a vehicle. It's assumed that you entered into a contract with knowledge and thought beforehand. If you bought a new vehicle and that new vehicle does not run correclty, you may be protected by a Lemon Law. If you bought it used from a dealer, you may be protected by a warranty, but in that case the dealer would only have to repair the car, not take it back. If you bought it from a private seller, it is considered an "As Is" sale and the responsibility is on you to have it checked out before you buy it.
Can you please specify what you mean by returning a vehicle? Are we talking about returning a vehicle within the specified time by the dealer because you are not satisfied or are we talking about returning a vehicle that has been repoed?
There is no such law in Tennessee.
No, the buyers remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a new or used vehicle.
Arizona is a state within the US.
Within the next month or two
Normally requires you to file abandoned vehicle papers with DMV, send certified letter to previous owner, if no response within certain time the DMV issues a title.
There are a few popular types of transportation available, the most popular being an open car carrier. There are also enclosed auto transporters available if your vehicle requires extra care. For more infmoration about transportation within arizona, you can visit the links below.
No, you cannot return a new or used car within any amount of time. The Buyer's Remorse, or Cooling Off Period laws do not apply to the purchase of a vehicle in any state.
It never happened. Phoenix is a city within the US State of Arizona.
Arizona is a State within the United States, in the southwest region and near the State of California.
It is entirely within the boundaries of Arizona.