04/22/2016 I rented a car from Nissan in Seattle, WA and drove all the way to Maryland. I already told them my final destination and one of the sale team gave me a transportation company contact number to send the car back. Today, 05/12/2016, 5-6 police officers showed up at my building because Nissan reported my vehicle as stolen car. Then I showed them the rental agreement. Nissan simply apologized for the confusion and claimed that they couldn't find the paperwork because the person that prepared it was fired. Nissan also demanded that I return the vehicle to Seattle, WA on Monday because the paperwork stated the return date as 04/21/2016 which doesn't make much sense to me at all since they know I'll be driving from WA to MD. Anyway, I felt embarrassed and wasted my time[around 1-2 hrs] some of the neighbors saw this and looked at me like some sort of criminal. The police already removed the vehicle from the national wanted list and told me to contact Nissan and ask them if I could ship it instead and said it doesn't make much sense to have me drive this car back to WA.
The police gave you good advice. You have no grounds to sue Nissan. They made a mistake. The police came and all was resolved.
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