I bought this truck new in 2011, after two months the dealer called and said that they had put the wrong vin # on the loan, my tag, my registration , and my insurance are wrong as well. I drove back from S.C. to sign new paperwork. Now I am trying to refinance, and the vin # is showing a 2011 Sport model, while the truck I have is a Bighorn Edition.
Its still wrong, and I do not want to sign the papers.
Have I been driving an illegal truck for 2 years because of this ? And what can I do about it.?
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The dealer has breached the contract. If it is a South Carolina dealer, you should consider working with a South Carolina lawyer. I have worked with L. Sidney Connor in the past. My records show his number is 843-238-5648. Fortunately, he should be a member of www.naca.net and you can find him there.
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