How can I get out of a contract with Jd Byrider?
2 attorney answers
You may have rights if you purchased the car with a warranty since there are laws that require a dealership to repair a car within a reasonable amount of time or a reasonable number of attempts under a warranty.
You may also have rights if the dealership knew about the throttle body issue and lied or hid it from you. If you feel this is the case, then you would likely need to contact an experienced auto fraud attorney to review your documents and help you.
I am changing the category to lemon law to get someone more expert in these situations, but you likely do not have a claim under Ohio's Lemon Law if the vehicle was used. You risk garnishment if you default on your agreement. You may want to have an attorney review your contract and advise you of your rights. Overall, it sounds like you got a bad deal and took on too big a loan. You may just have to lower your head and pay the thing off as quickly as possible.
This is all too common: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=piT0GyDyfus. I wish you luck!
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