Avoid Car Buyer's Remorse
Many car buyers have "buyer's remorse" and wrongly believe they can return a USED car for several days after the purchase. This site will explain that there is no country wide law in the US or Canada (and indeed no country that I have found) that requires a car dealer or a person selling a NEW or USED car to take a car back. It will outline the limited and very specific instances when a used car can be returned to the seller. It will also discuss the several megadealers in the US and the UK who will accept returns on used car purchases - not because they legally have to, but because it is part of their marketing strategy.
We'll also discuss Lemon laws which apply to new cars only and have very specific definitions. Many people say their car is a "lemon" but it is actually a legal term applied to a very small number of vehicles.
Avoid Buyer's Remorse - don't sign any contract or even leave a deposit unless you are sure. 100% sure. 110% sure. 200% sure if possible.
Limited cases where you can return a used car
When can I return a car?
- The dealer CHOOSES to add a clause to your contract that allows you to return the car within a specified amount of time.
- The car was purchased in CALIFORNIA, USA or ONTARIO, CANADA - See the section below on the CALIFORNIA Car Buyer's Bill of Rights or the ONTARIO Motor Vehicle Dealers Act.
- The car was leased in NEW JERSEY - You have 24 hours to change your mind.
The Three Biggest Myths on Returning a Car
- You have a 'Three-Day Right to Cancel' a used car purchase. Not true! The Three-Day Right to Cancel law does not apply to the sale of automobiles
- The 'Lemon Law' will help you if your used car needs repairs after purchase. Not true! The Lemon Laws protect consumers who buy NEW cars that turn out to have CONSTANT problems and require them to be in the repair shop more often than it can be driven. The criteria for a lemon car is a legal criteria with very limited scenarios. While millions of people talk about lemon cars, a mere few thousand are legally classified as a lemon per year. Used cars are not covered by Lemon Laws.
- Used cars come with a warranty by default. Another big fat not true! Most used cars are sold without any warranties. If the contract you signed says the car is sold "As Is" or if the contract states that there are no warranties made, then you are on your own if the car breaks down - even if it breaks down the next day after you buy it. If you want coverage, if you want a warranty, then pay for one and get it in writing.
Cooling off rule - it doesn't apply
30 day car return myth
The Federal Trade Commission's three-day right to cancel - called the Cooling-off Rule - gives you three days to cancel purchases of $25 or more made at the buyer's home, workplace or dormitory or at facilities rented by the seller on a short-term basis.
So, if you convinced the dealership to come to your house and you completed the sale at your house - then the cooling off rule applies.
Here is another great article "When You Buy A Car, The Three Day Cool Off Period Is A Myth" which confirms what I note here - but some people need to hear it 2 or 3 times before they will overcome the myth.
Buyer's Remorse Poll
State and Provincial Laws - Details on Laws that Affect You
- Buying a Used Car - Federal Trade Commission Guide
A guide from the Federal Trade Commission "Dealers are not required by law to give used car buyers a three-day right to cancel. The right to return the car in a few days for a refund exists only if the dealer grants this privilege to buyers. Dealers
- California - DMV
Car Buyer's Bill of Rights - Important Facts About A New Law That Substantially Impacts The Purchase Of New And Used Vehicles
- New Jersey - Guide to Auto Leasing
Guide to rules on auto leasing in New Jersey.
- Can You Return the Car You Just Bought?
Edmunds.com says "You might wish you could void your purchase contract and simply give the car back to the dealer. But unlike other consumer products, it's not easy to return a car."
Most Used Cars are Sold "As Is"
A car which is sold without a warranty is sold "as is." That means the seller has no obligation to fix any problem that may arise.
Check the Buyer's Guide window sticker to determine if you will receive a warranty. That sticker will tell you if you have a warranty, or if you are buying "as is."
Almost every used car sale is an "as is" sale.
Earl Stewart - 99% of Car Dealerships Will Not Take a Car Back!
Dealer Makes an Offer to Allow Car Returns
Unless it is in the contract - the dealer has no obligation to buy a car back!
Some dealers provide an option for the buyer to return the car. If this is the case, these terms will be in your purchase contract.
Carmax is known to extend this offer. "5-Day Money-Back Guarantee - We know that not every car is perfect for every person, so all used CarMax cars can be returned for any reason within a 5-day period. See your Sales Consultant for written details."
While I mention Carmax in the US and Carcraft in the UK, their policies may change so BE SURE to check the contract if buying a car from either of these companies. And other car dealerships may offer this as well - never hurts to ask.
Test Your Knowledge On Car Buying
For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.
- You have up to three days to return a used car
- My car has been in the shop five times, so it is a lemon
- 5 times, that's a lemon!
- That's it, a lemon car has to be in the shop 50 times
- Hard to say, a "Lemon Car" is a legal term that varies by country and state/province
- 5 times for the same repair - that makes it a "Lemon Car"
- When a contract to buy a car says "as is" that means
- You are buying the car "as is" for good or bad, warts and all.
- You have only 3 days to complain about issues.
- The seller is providing a warranty on the car as it is.
- In California you automatically have the right to return a used car
- Hard to say, a "Lemon Car" is a legal term that varies by country and state/province
- You are buying the car "as is" for good or bad, warts and all.
When the Dealership Steals Back the Car They Just Sold You
I am very familiar with all aspects of car transactions due to quality issues - but have far less expertise on dealing with car returns due to issues with loans. But many of the comments on my articles have talked about "You bought a car and a couple days later the dealership comes by in the middle of the night and repossess the car!"
For matters on financial aspects of deals and on lemon laws too, I encourage folks to read material from Steve Lehto who has been practicing consumer protection and lemon law for 23 years in Michigan. He taught Consumer Protection at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law for ten years and wrote The Lemon Law Bible. He also wrote Chrysler's Turbine Car: The Rise and Fall of Detroit's Coolest Creation and The Great American Jet Pack: The Quest for the Ultimate Individual Lift Device.
The CALIFORNIA Car Buyer's Bill of Rights
Used car buyers may purchase a two-day sales contract cancellation option.
There is no "cooling off" period unless you obtain a contract cancellation option. YOU MUST PURCHASE THIS OPTION WHEN BUYING THE CAR.
Consumers who purchase a used car for less than $40,000 must be given an opportunity to purchase a two-day Contract Cancellation Option Agreement. The contract cancellation option does not apply to used cars priced at $40,000 or more, new cars, private party sales, motorcycles, off-road vehicles, recreational vehicles, or vehicles sold for business or commercial use.
The following indicates how much you can expect to pay if you choose to purchase the contract cancellation option:
* $75 for a vehicle costing $5,000 or less;
* $150 for a vehicle costing more than $5,000, but not more than $10,000;
* $250 for a vehicle costing more than $10,000, but not more than $30,000; or
* One percent of the purchase price for a vehicle costing more than $30,000, but not more than $39,999.99
If you choose to return the vehicle, within the time specified, the dealer can charge a maximum restocking fee of:
* $175 for a vehicle costing $5,000 or less;
* $350 for a vehicle costing more than $5,000, but less than $10,000; or
* $500 for a vehicle costing $10,000 but less than $40,000.
The official government web site is http://dmv.ca.gov/pubs/brochures/fast_facts/ffvr35.htm
The Contract Matters, What the Salesperson Said Does Not
Be certain to get everything in writing. For example, if you're told that you can turn the return the car within a certain number of days, don't take the salesman's word for it, get it in writing as part of the contract, not just on a blank piece of paper signed by the salesman. Usually, if it is not on the printed contract, it is not binding.
My Car is a Lemon
A Lemon Car is a legal definition - not an opinion
If the paint is peeling, the light switch came out when you pulled on it, the car makes "funny noises" but otherwise drives just fine, or you found 10 things you don't like about your new car but none of them prevent you from driving it, then No, you do not have a Lemon.
If the brakes don't work, the car won't go into reverse gear, the darn thing won't start on cold mornings or hot afternoons, the rear door opens all by itself, the driver's seat wobbles, or the car chugs along at 30 mph when it should be going 50 mph, then Yes, you may have a Lemon. Providing you've given the manufacturer an opportunity to repair the defect.
Generally, if a NEW car has been repaired 4 or more times for the same Defect within the Warranty Period and the Defect has not been fixed, the car qualifies as a Lemon. A vehicle that continues to have a defect that substantially impairs its use, value, or safety could be classified as a lemon. All States differ so you should consult the Lemon Law for your particular State. Note that the warranty period may or may not coincide with the Manufacturer's Warranty. Generally lemon laws ONLY apply to the first owner, but they may continue to apply as long as the car is under the original new car warranty period.
You may have a Lemon, but if you do nothing to protect your Consumer Rights, such as documenting your Repairs and allowing the Manufacturer a chance to fix the problem(s), you lose all rights under the various State Warranty Acts.
Lemon Laws - Consumer Advice
When financing falls through
Often the dealer can ask you to return the car!
If you buy a car that is financed through the dealership, the dealer CAN cancel the contract, but typically only if you are notified within 10 days of the date on the purchase contract.
As with all contracts, the specifics are tied to YOUR SPECIFIC CONTRACT. Typically you sign a document that is called "RETAIL INSTALLMENT SALES CONTRACT." This will typically have a section "Seller's Right to Cancel." This section tells you that after you sign the purchase contract and leave with the car, the dealership is going to find a finance company or bank to buy your contract (this is much like what happens with home mortgages). If the car dealer cannot find someone to buy your purchase contract, it can cancel the purchase contract. In this scenario, the dealership is required to return to you all consideration given for the purchase. This includes any cash you paid and your trade-in vehicle (or if your vehicle has already been sold, the value of the vehicle).
Avoid Buyer's Remorse!
You can't return a car - so avoid needing to return a car
- Don't Allow Yourself To Become a Victim of "Buyer's Remorse!"
- Don't sign any sales contracts, lease contracts or finance contracts unless you are 200% certain that you want to go through with the deal and buy the car.
- Don't give any car dealer or private party a deposit on a car deal unless you are absolutely sure you are going to see the deal through to it's final conclusion. A deposit is not a legal requirement. The seller wants the deposit so they can exert control. They want your money locked in before any "Buyer's Remorse" can occur.
- The time to mull over the purchase is BEFORE you make the purchase. Take a day or two and sleep on the deal before you make your decision.
Ontario Motor Vehicle Dealers Act
- Purchaser can cancel a contract within 90 days if they can show the dealer failed to disclose or provided an inaccurate disclosure of the following items:
- Distance travelled (within lesser of 5% or 1,000 km)
- Wrong statement used when distance travelled unknown
- Prior use as daily rental, emergency vehicle, taxi, limo
- Make, model, and model year
- Irreparable, rebuilt or salvage brand
Carcraft in the UK
United Kingdom Car Return
Carcraft is a large Used Car Dealer in the UK with more than 10 dealerships. There is no law requiring them to accept a return, but they have created an exchange option. If within 7 days of buying your car you aren’t totally happy with it, just bring it back to us and we’ll exchange it for an alternative of your choice from our showroom. The only condition is that you have done less than 500 miles since taking delivery.
While I mention Carmax in the US and Carcraft in the UK, their policies may change so BE SURE to check the contract if buying a car from either of these companies.
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I welcome your comments on this lens
Carrie Lee Night from Northeast United States on April 25, 2020:
Thank u for this informable hub :) I personally had buyers remorse on one car I bought. When I tried to exchange the car for another they told me I could not do that and they would have to tack on my old car payment to the new car I wanted. I kept the crappy car. At least it still had a warranty on it :)
Ruth Marchand on July 09, 2019:
The dealer failed to disclose the title being rebuilt and trying to make me pay full price for the car. Can i sue him or should I just take the car back or can i tell him im sueing him so he can save the hassle and give me the car?
Maurice Glaude from Mobile on June 29, 2019:
Cars are less predictable by brand now. Got to ask these questions.
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on May 14, 2014:
@jdog85222: Jdog8522 - I wish I give you guidance, but the key here is the contract you signed with the buyer and your interest/willingness to enforce that contract. Having a contract is one thing - having the time, the interest and the money to enforce a contract is often very different. It's a key reason why most individual sellers want all the money upfront and why banks who do payment plans have large staffs to enforce that.
jdog85222 on May 13, 2014:
I did payments with someone a vehicle they wanted to buy from me now they want their money back they paid last month because they haven't paid me this month do I legally need to give them their money back they already paid on the vehicle I still have the vehicle in my possession and they signed a paper saying they would pay 500 dollars a month
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on April 23, 2014:
@I5683u: I get this question a lot and all I can do is direct you to the document you signed. What options does the deposit form / contract give you - it's all about contract law (and I am not licensed in California).
I5683u on April 22, 2014:
Went in seen a car I liked and I filled out all the necessary paper work.
I put a deposit of $300 and said that I'll pay the rest when I come to pick up the car a few days later. They have some work ie clean/wash, change the tires, fix the alignment, etc...
However now I decided that I don't want the car anymore. Is there any way for me to break/ void the contract?
I live in California if that's helps.
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on March 29, 2014:
@ignorantregret: Alas, too common a story - especially the "feeling rushed" part. Here's hoping this turns out to be a car that lasts you years - and maybe you won't even feel you paid too much by the end!
ignorantregret on March 29, 2014:
just bought used 2010 last night. asked to return today, mostly buyers remorse after realizing I may have been over charged and rushed etc...tried to nicely return asap at opening today and or trade down to less mileage and or payments. the face to face have mercy on me did not go over well. in fact dealership supervisor got agitated and on the verge of rude. my husband was advised if any issues to mention dmv guy? that made him more mad...left with no results...
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on March 26, 2014:
@rob-chiarini: Lemon laws are limited in Canada. Check out http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/oca-bc.nsf/eng/ca0232...
rob-chiarini on March 26, 2014:
My brakes have made a squealing sound all winter long. I leased the car in June 2013. It has been back at the dealership 4 times to resolve the issue but it still squeals! I live in Ontario Canada, I just want to know if I bought a lemon and what I can do about it!? I leased it brand new!!!!
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on March 26, 2014:
@anonymous: If you are getting cold feet - act now. You have more leverage when you have time (probably) to cancel the check and the car (from your note) is potentially back in their hands. May not be the dealer's fault - who can really guarantee a car - but act early and fast is my advice.
anonymous on March 26, 2014:
We just bought a new car from a reputable dealership. they replaced the battery day we bought it. Less than 24 hours after we had it, doesn't start. They're coming to pick it up but it's obviously not a battery problem. Now I'm leary the problem won't be fixed. Only has 33k. What if this happens a month from now...
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on March 16, 2014:
@Radgrl: Some dealers will allow that, they include the wording in the contract and often in the advertising! Obviously, a benefit in working with those dealers.
Radgrl on March 16, 2014:
I have returned a new car to a dealer within 2 days in Texas.
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on February 26, 2014:
@lynne-phinney: Did you sign a contract with the buyer? If so, the terms of the contract apply. If the contract has no clause for return and the contract says for sale "as is" then you should not have to take the car back (remembering, I am NOT a lawyer).
lynne-phinney on February 26, 2014:
I just sold my daughters jeep on Monday I get a call saying they want to return the car and want their money back. We told the all about the car it had just been inspected go I have return the money since the title has been transferred
Doc_Holliday on December 10, 2013:
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lemonlawsclaims on October 30, 2013:
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EzLoanLookUp LM on August 13, 2013:
fantastic information, thanks!
BlowDryBar on August 09, 2013:
Great info to know!
socialcx1 on July 18, 2013:
Well here I have learnt something new.
SBPI Inc on July 16, 2013:
Good information and lens.
trinimatt on July 08, 2013:
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on June 20, 2013:
@cwilson360: So simple - but the vast majority of folks don't bother!
cwilson360 on June 20, 2013:
Honestly, just get the car checked at a 3rd party mechanic or something. Most auto sales places should let you do this if you are seriously considering the purchase.
WordChipper on May 23, 2013:
Very interesting lens with great info - thanks for writing it.
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on May 08, 2013:
@anonymous: Sorry to hear this - but I hear it all too often. The best advice is a Carfax report and a mechanic's review. Unfortunately, many of not most of us don't have a mechanic we trust (big exception for you small town folks or folks lucky enough to know a auto shop where the mechanic turnover is light) and skip that critical step!
anonymous on May 08, 2013:
I just purchased a car from a private seller on 5/5/13. The car drove perfect!! I was given a carfax pulled on the car and KBB value report. Private party ad stated ONE owner, no accidents, well kept in perfect condition. New tires, brakes and oil change. Day 1-about an hour after the purchase, the car started to jerk in reverse and slipping in drive. Day 2- learned the car was in an accident, which was not stated to us or shown on the carfax. He was the 3rd owner not the only, the brakes need replacing, the oil was 2 quarts low and the lights started flickering on and off and it had a god awful smell once we parked it. The car was taken to a ford dealership and dropped off last night. I bought this car from an older man and when I called to discuss why he did not disclose the true facts on the car, he just said "what car, your new car", not my problem. Well carfax reports are not always correct. Pull your own KBB, Plus just because a car drives GREAT for the 15-20 minutes you test drive it, do not be fooled. Just because the private seller is old and sweet beware, they will screw you just as bad as the next person. I looked at 6 of the same cars from different sellers and screwed myself on this one. I wish GA had laws as well but I do take part blame for not taking it to a mech. Shop. I have learned a great lesson that I am sure after paying $8500 for the car, there is no telling what it will cost to fix.
ConvenientCalendar on May 07, 2013:
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on April 16, 2013:
@anonymous: Applies to used car sales by dealer and used car sales by individual. Even worse, many people buy from individuals without a contract or with a form contract - any form contract I have seen will say "as is."
anonymous on April 16, 2013:
how does all this tie in to buying a used car from a private party? not a dealer but like a car off craigslist?
geosum on April 04, 2013:
Congratulations on your awards. Just a superior lens. If I ever get another new car, I'll be better prepared.
Aunt-Mollie on March 24, 2013:
This is valuable information that everyone should read before buying a car.
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on February 17, 2013:
@anonymous: This is the dealers discretion. Unless your contract had a unique guarantee the seller has no obligation to allow you to change your mind. If this is a new car, a dealer may do this for a fee.
anonymous on February 17, 2013:
I don't like the color of the car i chose can i change it after 2 days of purchase?
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on February 14, 2013:
@CruiseReady: As I write about above, you are correct. Used cars are never covered under lemon laws.
CruiseReady from East Central Florida on February 14, 2013:
In Florida, only new cars and demos are covered by Florida's Lemon law. Used cars are NOT.
irateislate on February 10, 2013:
@anonymous: Yeah, of course you can ask from the buyer whats the problem and if you found you're cheated by him don't hesitate to register your complaint with iRateiSlate if you're from UK. Its one of the best and free place to get resolve your issues.
WordChipper on January 31, 2013:
Lots of great information here! Thank you
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on January 29, 2013:
@anonymous: As the lens talks about your options are limited.
1 - if you are in one of the few states/provinces with a law.
2. - if your dealer has extra options in the contract
3. - if your dealer wants to be nice
in general, "as is" rules the day.
anonymous on January 28, 2013:
If I bought a used "as is" car and it just stopped working 3 hours later do I have any options?
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on January 21, 2013:
@anonymous: You are dealing primarily with contract law. In most cases (remembering that I am not a lawyer) you are indeed responsible after signing a leasing contract unless the contract specifically has a clause that outlines a return or "out" clause. So the best advice is to carefully review the paperwork that you signed.
anonymous on January 21, 2013:
Can I return a new car after I signed a leasing contract? I did not drive it( dealer hold the new car for additional document) yet!?
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on January 19, 2013:
@anonymous: This will probably depend on how much the dealer wants to pursue the matter. You signed a contract, a legal document, and the dealer can let you off or sue you.
anonymous on January 18, 2013:
If you sign the contract but havenÂ´t paid the car yet, how much would you have to pay to cancel the buy?
AlexVictor on January 15, 2013:
very interesting lens.. i really didnt know about the things you explained above.. i got to understand many on returning cars.. thank you for posting smith..
Helen Phillips Cockrell from Virginia on January 13, 2013:
Very interesting lens. I wonder just how many people don't know this information.
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on January 04, 2013:
@anonymous: You got it. Used car sales are "as is" with no guarantees!
anonymous on January 03, 2013:
so what you are saying is if i buy a used car from a dealer as is and it breaks down in 59 days I can not sue under the lemon law?
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on November 29, 2012:
@capital44: A great example of a good business approach!!!
capital44 on November 29, 2012:
Great lens. I feel that dealers would look better if they at least had information on their websites or articles at the stores that would help reinforce what I thought was one the the best sections in your lens - AVOID BUYERS REMORSE. As a Regina used car dealer I've sold cars for over 6 years now and continue to have multiple repeat customers and referrals because it's extremely important to me that I'm completely transparent... how else to you earn trust!?
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on November 29, 2012:
@petermahfouz: You could be right, but I'm no expert on horse return laws!
petermahfouz on November 28, 2012:
if the price of fuel keeps going up, soon all people will return their cars and start driving horses :)
Edit Photos (author) from Earth on November 26, 2012:
@BrianLGilman: thanks! Nice way to put it, can you ever be over informed when it comes to car buying! It is typically the largest or 2nd largest (after a house) purchase that most people will ever make.
BrianLGilman on November 26, 2012:
Very helpful information, thank you... One can never be over informed when it comes to something as tricky as car buying... I'm sure this info will benefit many people...
games_rush on November 04, 2012:
Thanks for sharing..:)
mrmarchuk on November 02, 2012:
Definitely all good reasons to do your research before buying a car :)
anonymous on November 01, 2012:
Your lens just reconfirms that you have to do your do diligence on checking out a car before purchasing. Thanks for the great info!
WipeNewReviewer on October 09, 2012:
very good info! thank you!
anonymous on October 08, 2012:
I don't think that i can return a car in such situations thanks for sharing
anonymous on October 03, 2012:
Most buyers I find who want to return the car they've purchased have'nt discussed it with their partners before hand Oops! Thanks for sharing, great help.
spids1 on September 30, 2012:
great lens love this!
Fred Alb from Uruguay on September 26, 2012:
Very interesting information.
Thanks for sharing!
Keep it up!
OrlandoTipster on September 23, 2012:
Money saving lens for anyway considering buying a car.
DMVAgent on September 19, 2012:
Congratulation for the Purple Star. You deserve it.
Anyway. There is NO right to return a car because you changed your mind.
Owning a car is different to home sales.
JospehLau on September 09, 2012:
Great lens. Definitely deserved that purple star!
starsiak on September 04, 2012:
as someone who grew up in the car business I appreciate you taking the time to post the facts. There is SO much misinformation out there, the truth is when you go into dealership you are not visiting Best Buy... there is no return policy. People can avoid any future heartache by doing their homework and not allowing succumbing to become pressured. Thank you!
BryantMongan on August 31, 2012:
Great information, and great lens :)
tyndago on July 27, 2012:
Buyers remorse is a tough issue for everyone involved. There are lots of tools at your disposal to get a car checked out, and often just a day or two to really think it over will make sure your mind is in the right place.
bueler lm on July 25, 2012:
Very good write up. Thanks for the info, a lot of this I didn't know.
CristianStan on July 21, 2012:
When I bought my first car, I wasn't paying enough attention to the details and I ended up with a car with lots of problems that I had to pay for! There are always risks involved when buying a car without a warranty!
steph-naylor on July 18, 2012:
I just dropped by to say 'super lens' Thankyou!!
aquarian_insight on July 16, 2012:
I don't drive and have never bought a car, but I think even many drivers just assume they can return a car. This is a very good lens and has important information. *blessed*
anonymous on July 11, 2012:
You save so much money by buying a used car if you get the right one. If it was a lemon, it probably wouldn't have made it this far! http://best-used-cars.org
eabi1 on July 11, 2012:
Onemargaret LM on July 07, 2012:
I have an old car that is nickle and diming me to death. If I can hold out until the 1st of the year, I may be able to purchase a new car. Your lens is very helpful.
UKGhostwriter on July 06, 2012:
spids1 on June 30, 2012:
Great lens full of valuable info. Gonna bookmark this page for future reference
mueedahmad on June 27, 2012:
Very nice work done by the author.
sheezie77 on June 21, 2012:
Nice and itneresting lens, well done! Squidlike
samuelp on June 17, 2012:
Great lens! I didn't know this at all, thank you!
tweeky lm on June 17, 2012:
nice lens (y)
PristeamDetail LM on June 16, 2012:
congrats on the #1 spot!
Kara Hara on June 13, 2012:
Thanks for the informative lens. Learned something new today
CameronPoe on June 09, 2012:
Sad that a major purchase does not have anything to protect the consumer.
sandi_x on June 09, 2012:
thats very informativ and helpful lens. There is some new information ( for me).
davidreis on June 07, 2012:
@WordChipper: Nice article
huntinggamesonline on June 05, 2012:
Very helpful information. Thanks.
curtmaxwall on May 30, 2012:
this lens deserves a purple star..
updatesinlawland on May 23, 2012:
Awesome lens...very informative...thanks, good stuff.
Jimmie Quick from Memphis, TN, USA on May 22, 2012:
I had no idea about the laws related to returning a car. It sort of makes sense, but then again, it seems there should be a grace period.
oakstreet on May 19, 2012:
Interesting information and useful len. A "like" from me.
biggking lm on May 18, 2012:
Just remember what you sign. They will shove numerous pieces of paper in your face. Always remember to read what you are signing. Oh and make sure you get the vehicle inspected by a private party.
WordChipper on May 12, 2012:
Interesting lens. Thank you.
tslizzy on May 08, 2012:
thanks for sharing
JoyfulReviewer on April 29, 2012:
Thanks for providing all this helpful advice and discussion of the applicable laws. ~~Blessed~~
biminibahamas on April 15, 2012:
How cool, love this lens!
Darcie French from Abbotsford, BC on April 01, 2012:
Nice tutorial on returning cars and applicable laws, I got 5/5 on the quiz :)
blazingzone lm on March 29, 2012:
Didn't know that. But good thing I never did need to return a car. Great lens