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  • avatar ray80 11/10/09 3:23 pm PST

    '
    Does 3 day rescission rule apply for used car purchased in Pennsylvania?'

    No, this does not apply to auto purchases

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  • ray80 11/10/09 3:23 pm PST

    '
    Does 3 day rescission rule apply for used car purchased in Pennsylvania?'

    No, this does not apply to auto purchases

  • Stever@Edmunds 11/10/09 6:03 pm PST

    What's the cooling off period to back out of my car purchase?

  • 04350 11/10/09 7:12 pm PST

    Cooling off period scenarios required by statute (state laws) are usually involving door to door consumer product sales such as those $ 2,000 vacuum cleaners sold by door-to-door salesman
    at your residence.

    Occasionally, a dealer on a used vehicle or manufacturer on a new vehicle will allow a right of rescission but that isn't very often. If at all, that would be pursuant to the written terms of your written contract




  • morin2 11/10/09 9:15 pm PST

    Is the car not the right fit for your needs? If you now realize that it was an impulse purchase, I think your best option is to return and explain that you bought on impulse and you now realize that a different type of vehicle would work better for you. If that's your reason, maybe they could give you a credit toward another vehicle. Unfortunately, the sales tax and registration fees will be lost for only a few days of ownership. Are you absolutely sure the car won't work for you?

  • jb_turner 11/11/09 1:03 am PST

    No.. you are stuck with it.

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