this is the case even if the fiance officer did not go over the details upon the signing of the contract?
I figured that the case as I have studied some law myself. I was hoping I might be able to pull something upon NE statute 87-302 and the consumer protection act.
I guess my final thought is that of what to do in my situation. I cant afford to pay the taxes and I don't want to drive with expired paper plates until I can; which I presume to be a good bit of time. So, would you suggest I attempt to trade the car in at the dealership for a more affordable situation?
Upon reviewing my contract it does not state that taxes are included. I did take note to a protection plan that has yet to be placed upon the car. Perhaps I could have them roll that over to the taxes rather? On another note; is it reasonable to hold the dealership accountable for the hiring of the out-of-state dealer?
One final thought i had is, would there be major repercussions on my part to simply attempt to give the vehicle back?
alright, I appreciate your advice Lucy. I shall take it into account when I go to speak with them this afternoon. Thanks for your time!
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