We bought a truck a month an a half ago. $1500 down $330 per month for $8,000 plus interest over two years.
The engine blew after 40 days and will not run. The cost to replace is over $5000. We do not want this vehicle. Can we return it with out any credit issues?
You cannot return the vehicle without harming your credit score. You bought it. You owe the money.
This response does not create an attorney-client relationship. Unless you are already a client of the Mallory Law Group, pursuant to a fully executed employment agreement, you should not use, interpret, or rely upon this response as legal advice or opinion. Do not act on any information in this e-mail without seeking legal advice.
Not on those facts, no. That's like asking can you return chewing gum for a refund, after you chewed all the flavor out of it and it doesn't taste good any more. If there is a warranty you can see if the repairs fall under the warranty. If it was "as is" then generally any repairs are yours to make.
DISCLAIMER STATEMENT FOR ANYONE READING THIS BLOG OR QUESTION POSTERS ON AVVO: The response to questions posted on facebook which are responses to questions submitted by anonymous persons on AVVO are in no way intended to establish any form of attorney-client relationship with either the anonymous AVVO question posters no or any social media medium nor should they rely on this information in any pending nor potential legal matter. The responses given are deemed as responses to general questions and fact scenarios posed as an educational exercise only, should in no way be deemed legal advice provided to any persons regardless of when in which the author is licensed to practice law nor to be viewed as a solicitation of clients. Further any comments posted should not be deemed as psychological counseling, or psychological advice for which this author is in no way qualified to provide nor should any reader rely on any such information without first seeking advice from a qualified professional, licensed in the state of the reader’s residence from a licensed qualified psychiatrist, psychologist, mental health employee, licensed clinical social worker, marriage counselor or other persons licensed by their respective state to provide mental health advice. To the best of the author’s knowledge the questions may well be generated for illustrative purposes only and not necessarily posted from real persons seeking legal advice. This response is not intended to be legal advice and is offered as general educational information only and should not be relied upon by any individual as legal advice. For legal advice you should employ the services of a qualified experienced lawyer depending on the nature of your question in the jurisdiction where your matter is or will be pending. The hiring of an attorney is a serious matter and you should not merely rely upon advertisement nor casual inquiry for such.
Probably not under Florida contract law. Contact a lemon law attorney to help determine your rights under warranty and under Florida's Lemon Law.
Our Rating is calculated using information the lawyer has included on their profile in addition to the information we collect from state bar associations and other organizations that license legal professionals. Attorneys who claim their profiles and provide Avvo with more information tend to have a higher rating than those who do not.What determines Avvo Rating?Experience & background
Years licensed, work experience, educationLegal community recognition
Peer endorsements, associations, awardsLegal thought leadership
Publications, speaking engagementsDiscipline