What rights do I have after buying a car from a used car company if I have problems

Asked Sep 11, 2010
It would depend on your location (in some areas the law is more sensitive to consumer issues than others), whether the dealer made any statements as to the condition of the vehicle and what is written on the contract of sale. In most locations, knowingly selling a car with a major defect without disclosing it would be considered fraud but if the contract says that the terms of sale are "As-Is," that's saying you are accepting responsibility for the condition of the vehicle.
Answered Sep 11, 2010
Within your guarantee period the car company will repair without any payment. Your can repair in any authorized service station of the country.
Answered Nov 09, 2015
In case you're settling a scratched bumper you go to a 'body shop'. Issues with the way the auto runs - 'auto benefit station' or 'auto repair station'. For the most part we leave the 'auto' off and simply say 'benefit station'

Answered Jan 11, 2018

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