Do I have to wait 30 days for a dealer warranty to “kick in” if I purchased a used vehicle that came with a dealer warranty?
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- You don’t. Many warranties or service contracts that dealers sell say that nothing is covered for the first month or so. And if it doesn’t say it in your warranty, sometimes it says that in the dealer’s contract with the warranty company. The dealer doesn’t want to pay the cost if they can make the warranty company pay it, so they may stall you into waiting for awhile. Warranty companies usually will not cover “pre-existing” problems with a vehicle, even though their warranty may say they do.
Is there a three day return law when you purchase a vehicle?
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- No. Unless something is written into your sales paperwork, there is no 3 day right to cancel a motor vehicle sale. If the car dealer says you will have a couple of days to make up your mind, make sure it is written in the sales paperwork because otherwise you could be stuck. But, many car dealers don’t follow the law right and that may give you the right to cancel the sale for other reasons.
Does the Lemon Law cover a used car?
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- Yes, it can. The Ohio Lemon Law covers a vehicle for the first year after its sale as a new vehicle or the first 18,000 miles of use, whichever occurs first. If your problems fit the law while you are still within that time frame, then the Lemon Law may still apply to help you get rid o Does a car dealer have to tell me if the used vehicle I am buying was bought back once by the manufacturer under the Lemon Law?