Wait. Disregard what I stated about the cancellation policy. For some reason I was under the impression you where in California. You are in Indiana, correct?
If you bought the car "as is", without a warranty, you might be stuck with the car. I suggest that you do two things. 1) contact the Indiana State Attorney General, you can find the office's contact information at its website: http://www.in.gov/attorneygeneral/
2) Contact a local plaintiff's attorney. Have the attorney write a letter on your behalf demanding the repairs be made to your complete satisfaction, or your money refunded.
You can also contact the DMV to file a complaint.
If you have a complaint against a dealer, the state provides a complaint form for you to fill out.
However, the state also cautions that although the Dealer Division may be able to assist you with some problems (for example, not receiving your title from the dealer), many times you'll have to solve the issue on your own, or perhaps with the help of an attorney.
At any rate, you can mail the complaint form to:
Motor Vehicles Dealer Division
302 W. Washington St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Or, fax it to(NNN) NNN-NNNN
If you have a questions about Indiana's lemon
law, you should contact the Indiana Attorney General's office at(NNN) NNN-NNNN Also, be sure to check out our Lemon Lawsection for more information, or search for an attorney on our lemon law attorneyspage.
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