This depends on the dealer`s willingness to pursue the case through legal action, based on legal fees against cancellation fees and what your contract provides in relation to your obligations. Hello, I saw a Land Rover online that I liked and drove up to the “dealer” who sold it (A parking on his property). I paid a deposit towards the Land Rover`s final value tax, but no document signed. I have a card receipt to prove who and how much I paid, but not something for. Do you think I would be entitled to my money because I found another vehicle somewhere else? You have to be very clear to both the car dealership and the financial company that you absolutely wanted a 1.2-liter engine and not a 1.0 engine. This does not free you from any liability, as you have (probably) signed a vehicle contract and a financing contract for a 1.0-litre engine model. If you take the car tomorrow, it is possible that the car has already been registered in your name, which means that the car dealership really does not like having to unravel this chaos with the DVLA. Make sure you talk with the first thing dealer in the morning and they may not have taxed the car, which will help. I recently deposited a $500 deposit on a new car, even though the car was used as a demo with only 1400 miles on the watch, the car is not yet registered The company to which I buy the car asked for full payment for the vehicle before it was delivered to my address. You take my current vehicle as a partial exchange, my problem is that I am very reluctant to separate the balance of $10,000 until I have seen the car.
I would add, I bought a car from the same company before, paid a down payment and the remaining balance owed if the car was delivered, although the company say because there is a new car the conditions are different. The company has its headquarters in Scotland more than 400 miles from my address, when the car will finally be delivered, it will have 2000 miles on the clock, so it`s not a new car. I only wonder what my rights are, am I covered by the sale of the goods law, or the rules of distance selling? Good advice? Good morning, Jess. If you want to make the car as “non-commercial,” you need to have more than the word from another garage. If you have a problem with the car, your first step should be to register it with the dealer sale. If you haven`t signed your rights, you should have some kind of warranty on the vehicle, even if it only takes 30 days. If you have a recurring problem that the trader does not recognize or cannot solve, then you resort to acting elsewhere. Hello there, I just have a deposit down and signed a vehicle order form. however, although the car salesman said they did a check of the IPCH, I decided to buy one myself, and it highlighted some problems…. Funding still on the vehicle and changing license plates and a higher valuation than what I paid for it…. The alarms are starting to ring. The IPCH advises me to ask for the details of the V5 to check that the mileage is correct, etc.
But I have a bad feeling. Where do I stand, since I deposited a $400 deposit on the vehicle and I don`t know if they`ll be willing to look into the IPCH claim and have me check out the MOT and who have the history of the previous owner, etc… Can you get away with it? Good morning, Chloe.Leave a reply