Even if the main borrower has signed the papers, legally you have 3 days from the time you sign the papers to be able to take the vehicle back and say you have changed your mind. So just take it back and say I've changed my mind.
Very rarely, and if then only on the same day. Usually not, because of the paperwork filed with the local DMV.
not really coz u already traded it and they might NOT hav changed their mind anway gud luck :D
Need to know what happened.
The car dealer cannot take the car if it is paid for according to the contract. The dealer cannot change their mind and take back the car after the contract is signed and money has been exchanged.
You cannot change your mind about a new car purchase. The dealer may work with you to take it back, but there is usually a restocking fee or a fee of some type that they will charge.
It depends on what state your in and your reason for wanting to return it. Some dealers will take a car back in exchange for another if they are a reputable dealer. In the state of Ohio , once you sign the paperwork, you can not return it unless there is a very valid reason other than you changed your mind ( according to the state ).
Sure! But it is up to the seller to agree to take it back. LOL
Im having car problems I just have days that I took it out from the dealership can I take it back and take another car out?
it depends if you have warranty or something that says you can bring it back in less than 30 days
If you have not settled with the insurance company you will have to take it back. If the insurance has paid out it is their car.
Possibly, depends on the dealer. I run a used car dealership, and the only way I would take a car return is if there is a major problem with it. Bad motor, transmission, etc. I wouldn't do it if you just simply changed your mind.
No, Buyers Remorse or Cooling Off Period Laws do not apply to the purchase of a new or used car in any state. You cannot return any car because you changed your mind. You bought it and you own it.
You can't change your mind. Once you signed for it, you bought it. Your only chance is if the dealer is willing to take it back.
Yes but then no, you can' get your car back. It actually depends on if you buy it or if you gave your car to a friend. You most likely can't get your car back if you take it to a shop can have them fix it up then sell it. This is your answer to the question, "Can you get your car back?"
Generally speaking, no. Once you sign the contract you can't change your mind and take it all back. I suspect that most dealerships would probably let you do so if, fifteen seconds after signing, you asked them to tear up the contract because you changed your mind, but they're not legally required to do so, and once you drive the car off the lot, you're pretty much stuck.
if someone puts a deposit on a car after a 2 weeks period they change there mind do have to give them there deposit back
probably yes, but it would be great if you will keep it and if its the financial issue that pushes you to take the car back. There are some remedy so that you can just keep your car.
The best way to change your air filter on a car is to take it to an auto mechanic and you can also take the car to an reputible car dealership and have it changed as well.
Rear bags probably emptied out or need to be changed.
I am not an expert but I did sell cars in California for a while, I saw this happen at least five times in 10 months. Sometimes the auto loan can't be sold by to a finance company after you have taken the car home, the dealer will often spend weeks trying to shop the loan. If no one opts on the loan, the dealership will take the car back.
GOOD question. Read the contract. Were you in default of it?? Why didnt you TAKE the car back? Why did they have to come get it?
Transmission oil and filters should be changed every 30,000 miles unless you have a newer car, then they should be changed every 100,000. If the car is still running weird, take it into a shop.
legally? maybe yes, maybe no...did you sign anything regarding the disposition of the deposit? ...sales agreement? If you used a credit card for the deposit, you could likely contest it if you had a good reason..ie. dealer dishonest, etc. Personally, I think if you just changed your mind you should not get it back..after all that's the reason for a deposit..to hold the car for you..potentially you may have kept the dealer from selling the car to someone else...just my opinion.
Three days at best. It really depends what kind of seller you purchased the car from since some car lots do have guarantees. If it was a private seller, you will need to make the best of it, unless there is a HUGE problem they were silent about.