New cars have a return policy, that is something that you would find out from dealer. Normally its a week or two. There is a lemon law in most states, that you could find out from the governors office in your state. Used cars also a a return policy, that usually is a week. Depending what is wrong with car you can take them to court. I would find out the lemon law and be able to prove the problems. Good luck. Dont think you can return a used car to a personal individual, just sue for damages.
There are different laws based on if a car is new or used. In used cars, you need to get any return policy in writing. In new car sales, it also has to be spelled out although some states of lemon laws which allow of the return of defective new cars.
Oklahoma does not allow a consumer to return a newly purchased vehicle. Once the contract is signed the car belongs to the buyer.
Budget Car rental has locations in both the United States and in Canada. That includes Ontario where they'll allow you to return a car you rent in New York.
In no state is there a law automatically allowing you to return a car just because you want to (not even if you change your mind the next day). That said, you could talk to the dealer. He doesn't have to allow you to return the car, but he's not forbidden to allow you to return the car either, if you can make it "worth his while" to let you do so.
You can rent a car in the United States and return it in Canada. You just need to make sure that you return it to the same car rental company.
In Florida, the allow allows consumers to return a used car within 72 hours. The contract must be cancelled within 3 days with the return of the car.
You may not be able to return a car the next day if it is not in your contract that you can. A contract is a legally binding agreement and the car dealer is not required to allow you to break it.
There is no buyer's remorse law in Virginia. You cannot return a new car unless the dealer will allow you to. They will usually require a fee of some sort to restock the car.
Some car dealers will let a person return a car for the same model with upgrades for a fee within a time limit after purchase. Some states do not allow the car dealerships to offer this feature. It depends on the state where purchased and the dealer.
it's quite possible. in some states there are laws which allow you to do so. another possibility is that the dealer is having an offer in which you can return the car within a stipulated timeframe.
There is no federal law it is done from state to state. Only a couple of states allow you to return a car however there is a catch that allows the dealers to have you sign away your return rights. Very few people even know what they are signing and what rights they are agreeing to give up.
You have no time to return a car purchase. You have a warranty on a new car to cover problems. If the problem can not be resolved then some states have a "lemon law".
Some states have "Lemon Laws" that allow the return of a defective vehicle within a certain specified time limit. Since the car is brand new, any defects would surely be covered by the new car warranty ... they dealer has to fix the problems anyway, and for free.
There is a 48 hour grace period to return a new car in most states in the United States. Used cars are often sold as-is without any type of warranty.
Depends on you state laws. In most states you have no legal right to return a car unless there is fraud involved.
If the car is on a loan, you can return the car to the creditor that has granted you a loan on it. If you have paid off the car or bought the car paid off then you can't return the car to the dealership or owner unless it states you are allowed to do so. I tried returning a car that I paid off and was allowed to return it because it did not follow the lemon laws. If it had no problems, then no I couldn't return it and get my money back on it.
Most, if not all, states in the US will allow joint ownership on a car title.
It depends on who is providing the rental car. Some companies allow return trips whereas others do not. Ask the company you are planning to rent from for the most reliable information.
You need to be more specific in your question. Return a car to a dealer, return a leased car, return a borrowed car to a friend, return a rental car?
If you purchase a used car in Georgia and want to return it, you may not be able to do so. Some dealers will let you return it but it is completely up to them and what their contract states.
No the dealership is under no obligation to allow a consumer to return the car. Once the contract is signed the car has a new owner and belongs to the buyer.
It depends on the state. Some states allow it, others don't. In some states, there might be exceptions if the spouses are residents of different states.
No, you can not return the car.
in most US states - not unless the creditor will allow it.