If a car dealership in MA sell a car without being in
Hi, if a car dealership in MA sell a car without being in position of its Title at that time, committing a crime? This is the scenario: customer from out of state buys a car from this dealership in Boston, Ma. Customer traded his car and took the car home the same day unregistered. Transferred plates. The dealer then finds out title is not available at their floor plan bank. They bought the car from an auction that announced car comes without title. Dealer then finds out the dealership that sold the car to auction were waiting for the title to come from customer's bank (customer who sold or traded the car to the dealership). The customer that bought the car now, waits for 2-3 months to get the title while being in position of the car. At all this time, dealership could not give the customer a definite time of when title will be arriving. This dealership has sold many cars without the title at their position in that moment. Many of their sales are trade in cars that they sell but still waiting for title to come from person who traded it prior.
I sold a used van, 1995 model, for $1100. 4 hours later the
I sold a used van, 1995 model, for $1100. 4 hours later the lady called and said the car broke. I traveled 30 minutes, found that the alternator was bad, so I went to the auto parts store, got a new one, installed it. Later that evening she texted me the lights won't shut off. I suggested she flicked the "always on switch" by mistake, but to disconnect the battery then reconnect it and that should reset the computer. Didn't hear back. Then this afternoon I get a threatening email, saying she wants her money back, there's a lemon law she can evoke because the problems were immediate. She says she will have me served, go after my license, and that she took the car to a mechanic (Sunday) and he said the heads are cracked. (which requires removing them & boiling them at a machine shop). The car blew no smoke, ran fine and was not overheating. I emailed her back that this was the wrong way to come at me, and that she should do what she needs to do. Does she have a legal leg to stand on. BTW, the title was not in my name, there is no bill of sale, I bought the car from the original owner in order to sell it and make a little money. I put in a new battery, and the alternator, each just over $100.JA: What state are you in? And is a local attorney or other consumer protection advocate helping with this?Customer: I am in Harrisonburg, VA and this is happening today, so no one is invloved as yet.JA: Have you contacted the manufacturer?Customer: The manufacturer of what? It's a 1995 Dodge minivan, sold as is by a private party.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Don't think so.
I recently purchased a 2008 Toyota Tundra from McGavick
I recently purchased a 2008 Toyota Tundra from McGavick Nissan in Lubbock, I was told it was inspected and found to be in great condition. The radio went out and I took it to Gene Messer Toyota, during their system inspection they found that the brake pads had less than 3 mm and the serpentine belt was severely cracked and needed to be fixed immediately. The vehicle was sold "as is". I don't want it anymore, do I have any legal recourse to get my money back?JA: We have a 30 day refund policy so you can simply email***@******.*** and they will try to fix your problem or refund your money.Customer: It's been longer than 30 days, but I did ask to return the vehicle 8 days after I purchased it and was told by the owner of McGavick Nissan that I couldn't.JA: What state is this in? And how old is the car?Customer: It's a 2008, Toyota Tundra limited, so 9 years old. I purchased it Oct 15 2016. I have put very few miles on it, the body is in great condition, I put a 10,000 dollar deposit when I bought it. I also purchased an extended 3 year warranty but have been told that the brakes and belt are not covered. The state is TexasJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Not yet, I am talking to the South plains Better Business Bureau tomorrow,. I just wanted to know what my options are. Ideally I'd like McGavick to take the Truck back and refund my moneyJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I'm currently disabled. I have been diagnosed with P TSD and bipolar 2 disorder. I trusted these people, because they're a supposed reputable dealership and they sold me a vehicle that I could have been in a fatal accident because of mechanical failure. I'm pretty shook up
I purchased in Aug 2016 a New Maserati Quattroporte from a
Hello I purchased in Aug 2016 a New Maserati Quattroporte from a dealer in Albany NY. We did all of the paperwork which was FedEx'd to us here in Florida. I flew to NY drove the car a few weeks and then as previously agreed they trucked the car to me. Since Aug its been in the shop almost 30 days,,,numerous efforts to repair electrical issues, door locks, shocking, and all kinds of noises. was just at Dealer for 20 Days and still not repaired. Question is if i Reside in Florida and car is Registered in Florida and paid for by FedEx funds from Florida to NY (car was originally titled to Maserati of Albany NY) can i do the Lemon LAw Aribtration in Florida or must be in NY? NY is tough because i would have to bring car to hearing. Please advise. Thanks and Blessings.JA: What state is this in? And how old is the truck?Customer: it is Not a Truck, it is a 2016 Maserati Quatroporte. Purchased New with 100 miles in NY from Maserati of Albany. Sent them the money from Florida. I live and drive in Florida.JA: Have you contacted the manufacturer?Customer: Yes they sent a technician down here and had me bring to a different dealer who had the car 20 (twenty days) and it's still not fixed. Electrical Door Locks Buzzing all the time, my 10 year old son getting electric shock when leaving car... etc.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: not really. main thing is where to file if purchased in NY and Live in Florida.
I have a 2015 CR-V. I purchased it in October 2015I brought
I have a 2015 CR-V. I purchased it in October 2015I brought it back to the dealer within 48 hours complaining of serious vibration that aggravated my back pain. Dealer initially refused then after I sent letters agreed to take the car back. They had nothing I wanted. Every used car they showed me had been in accidents and were junkers. Then they said they would buy back the car but not credit me tax, tag title. The GM told me there were three fixes Honda had for the problem. They did all three. They reprogrammed the computer which made it worse, and then had to install an older computer to restore it. In September 2016 a recall came out for programming and it made the problem worse. The engine lugs, sometimes doesn't accelerate at all like the transmission is stuck, and sometimes accelerates on its own. If you watch the RPMs, you can see where it vibrates around 600rpm, 1200 etc. It's so bad I can't go certain speeds on the highway.
I purchased a Whirlpool Refrigerator from Home Depot on
I purchased a Whirlpool Refrigerator from Home Depot on 1/07/16 and it turned out to be a lemon. The warranty expires on 1/15/17. Whirlpool has sent a company called Consumer Refrigeration and Appliance to my home on at least four appointments to resolve the problem. The company has not been able to resolve the problem. The warranty Protection expires on 1/15/17. Whirlpool refuses to replace it stating the warranty does not cover replacement just service on the product.JA: Because consumer protection law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: fLORIDAJA: Have you contacted the manufacturer?Customer: FLORIDAJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Yes at least 4 times. Yes I am a Disabled Senior Citizen born Feb 17, 1940 a military retiree with limited income. The last contact was with the company claims deportment. The only thing will do for me is to send out another company to check out the problem. Mind you the protection expires on 1/15/17. Whirlpool sent me an application to renew the warranty or extent the protection plan.
I have a Chevy Cruze 2012 that has caused me a lot of my net
I have a Chevy Cruze 2012 that has caused me a lot of my net and a lot of problems. It does not qualify under lemon law however by all the complaints that are on these cars seems like a manufactures defect or flaw. Also the car I purchased to get to work and my son to school has not provided me with that and I am still making payments on it. I'm terrified to drive the car for fear of being stranded again for hours and because of the nauseating stench of antifreeze and or oil in side the car.
I have a question about lemon law. Yes, they offered me a
I have a question about Virginia lemon law.JA: Have you contacted the manufacturer?Customer: Yes, they offered me a buyback of my car. This car is actually a buyback from another one that fell into the lemon law.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: This car has been in the shop 54 days same repair 2 or 3 times and another time for entire fuel system. I have 20k miles on the car thank you