I do have a follow-up question. My nephew is a 22-year old college student and not very business savvy. I told him to return to Santa Barbara Toyota, talk to the dealership manager, and simply attempt to return the vehicle based on the fact he received their 10-day letter. Thus far, the dealership has threatened to blemish his credit and report the car as a repossession if he returned it. I just want to know, is he within his legal rights to return the car this morning based on the 10-day letter? Is it true that he can not so unless he signs a rescission contract as claimed by their finance department?
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