if one leaves the scene of an accident (Driving a rental car) when in another country, what happens?
The answer will depend on the laws of that country and the seriousness of the accident. be sure to consult with an attorney who is knowledgeable in the laws of the country you are talking about.See question
Have had car for 3 weeks and it just keeps breaking down. Last night i almost lost my life driving at 35mph when suspension, coil and axle broke off the chastis. Car swerved, rocked and almost flipped over. Car is inoperable and no one was hurt.
if you purchased the car from a dealer, the answer may depend on how many miles or on the car when you bought it The lemon law may apply. If it was a private sale you cannot use the lemon law to help you.See question
Recently I broke up with my boyfriend and now he wants the car back. It was given to me as a gift to get back and forth to work at my new job. We have had a rocky relationship and before this current incident i did say i would return it but then h...
Whose name is on the file? If it is titled in your name is your car. If the title is in his name it's his car. You might be able to make an argument that he promised it to you as a gift and that title should transfer to you but that will be much harder to do if the title is already in his name.See question
Purchased vehicle with check engine light on. for the past 3 weeks she has been breaking down and the repairs cost more than the car is worth. How can i get my money back from this private seller.
Private sales are not subject to the lemon law. You should sue.Depending on how much money you spent, You would sue in Small Claims Court or in civil court.See question
My ex wife got a car in the divorce. My name is still on the car. She refuses to make payments and have ins. She had a accident last week with the car and now she's saying it's my responsibility.
I hate to say that technically and legally if you are the owner of the vehicle you may be responsible. Does your divorce decree say anything about her satisfying the loan or assuming payments?
Car will be at moms house but dad took tags off and drop insurance to min. Do I own the car or does dad still have right to it
If the title is in your name, you are the owner. With the title you can get it registered in your name. You will need to obtain insurance, as well. But if the title is in your name, you you own it.See question
We separated and he took my car because he says he pays for it...yet I have always stayed home and cared for children and need car to take them to school and dr. appointments...he has a vehicle to drive of his own. It's really just a selfish contr...
Who is the title owner of the vehicle? if the title is in your name that he has no right to the vehicle. If the title is in his name and he has rights to the vehicle.See question
I have a 2016 Ford lease, and the vehicle is 9 months old and has 13,100 miles. It was towed by Ford Roadside assistance 26 days ago, and has been at Ford being diagnosed and repaired since. The diagnosis took 19 days and I am told the vehicle h...
The law does not discriminate amongst holidays, weekends, birthdays or anything else. Once you have 30 days out of service, the vehicle qualifies as a lemon.
You should wait until you get the vehicle back and have the repair order in your hand. Make sure before you take the vehicle that the repair order has accurate dates.
This is sounding like a good case. I have sued for it many times and while they are slow to pay, they are not afraid to settle the case when it meets the standards of the lemon law.See question
Purchased 2013 Cadillac SRX (28,355 miles) on 7/28/16. Cue screen froze up, took it to dealership on 9/27/16 and it is still there because they (dealership or GM) can't get the part to repair it. This screen controls, the heat, air, etc.
There may be an issue as to whether this defect substantially impairs the vehicle.
There is another section of the law that concerns itself with the unavailability of necessary repair parts . A dealership is excused for time when the necessary repair parts are unavailable. But there is a maximum of 45 days for that excuse to be valid.See question
What can I do when the dealer add on extended warranty and other add on to my loan and told me the bank gave me that rate and length of time because they used the extended warranty as collateral?
it is improper. Do you have the requirements of an extended warranty in writing or a recording of the dealer claiming it is required?
In any event, you can contact the extended warranty company and cancel the contract and get a refund of your money. The amount of your refund may depend on how soon after purchase you cancel . Also, you should pay attention to the rules of the warranty company because you may need to put your request to cancel in writing.See question