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Is there anything wrong with the car ?
no other than some unhappy customer reviews
Hi, Isaiah, Thank you for your reply,
It is a common misconception that we have a 3-day "cooling off" period during which we can change our minds. Unfortunately, that is not the case. A buyer does not have the right to return a vehicle, new or used, once he signs the Agreement of Sale.
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Once a buyer has signed the Agreement of Sale, a buyer cannot return the vehicle even if there was something wrong with it. The only reason that is available to the buyer is if the dealer committed fraud by representing something about the vehicle that was not true and which endangered the driver and his passengers. For example, if the dealer said that the vehicle had never been in a collision, but when the buyer took the car to his mechanic, the mechanic told him that the car had been in a major collision and the entire undercarriage was cracked and that it was only a matter of time until the vehicle fell apart injuring or killing the driver and/or any passengers in it. Otherwise, there is no right to return the vehicle,
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