If I purchase a car that shimmies/shakes on a saturdy and want to return it the next saturday but the dealer had closed. what options do I have in Forida.
Country relating to Question: United States
State (if USA): Florida
I'm up early to take it back.it's a1996 honda 17.9% 60 months 14,495$.I 6ft 2" have leg problems from an accident as a passinger.Getting in and out takes about 2 min each time.
Hello and thank you for the question. I am sorry to read of this dilemma. Was it sold new or as is? Did seller conceal or mislead you about condition?
I tried to return the car the next saturday. They were closed. the car is too small for my legs. I found a dodge SUV 2010 which was cheaper and better for my legs. the honda is 2006 64,000 mi, I want to return the honda this morning.It has 52,000 mi and plenty of room Capital One Bank or the state of fl has A 7 return policy Banks don't count week ends as days. can I return the vehicle today.
Florida does not have a buyer remorse law or automatic right to cancel applicable here. You may seek to do a trade or return though. Basis for doing so are simple negotiation where dealer does not lose a commission and simply does a trade. If the contract itself has a return policy that is another ground. If seller lied or misled you in some way, that is yet another basis.
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