When The Car Buying Process Does Not Run Smoothly
When it comes to buying a new or used car many of us have a pleasant experience with us getting a good deal on a car we have been looking at for a while. We take the car, enjoy driving it and we get many years out of it. Unfortunately this is not always the case and sometimes we do not get what we are paying for. If this sounds like something you have gone through then here are a few pieces of information to help you avoid these situations in the future.
When you buy a car, regardless of whether it is new or used, you enter into a contract with the dealer. This contract is governed by three main acts that give the buyer certain rights. These three acts are the Sales of Goods Act, the Supply of Goods Act and the Sale and Supply of Goods to Consumers Regulations. It may sound complicated but they are there to ensure you do not get ripped off.
The acts say that the car must be of satisfactory quality. This means that the car must be in reasonable condition depending on the type of car and what you paid for it. If the car is brand new then the car should be free of any minor problems, however if it is a second-hand car then you need to be more lenient depending on the age of the car.
During the sale, the salesman will probably tell you of all the amazing things the car can do, but once you have finalised the deal make sure the car can do all these things. The car should also be able to do what you would expect from a car of that size, price and type. If you find a 4×4 that can not handle bumpy roads and mountainous areas then you are in your rights to question the seller.
You must remember that you are not going to be entitled to a refund if the salesmen pointed out the fault before the sale was completed or the fault was so obvious that you should have noticed it before driving away. If you damage the car then you are clearly not going to be able to claim anything. This shows the importance of checking a car thoroughly, especially if it is second-hand, before agreeing on any deal.
If you are thinking of buying a new or used car you can look for car finance companies to help you fund the purchase. Alternatively try to refinance car loans you may have to help you get a better deal.
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