11-7-14: a huge buck deer hit my car, causing very bad damage to the vehicle. (my '04 infiniti i35)
I am an 18 year old student; I had no money but was desperate to get a car. Tuesday, 11-11-2014, I went to Easy Credit Auto because it is in walking distance from my home. They told me to have my Infiniti towed to them and it would act as $1,000 down. I was told that I owed $358 each month through 12/2015 for a '97 Acura Integra. After driving the car 30 miles, the window was stuck open and two tires were shredded. I turned off the engine and it hasn't came back on since. The dealer has not done anything except essentially stolen my wrecked vehicle, and kept the lemon he sold me.
I want my car back please help.
Before signing forms, I was told that this vehicle was kept up great. I drove
Desperate people do unwise things. Yours is an example of such.
Based on the facts as presented, you sold your Infiniti and generally would not be able to get it back. Your only (legal) hope, in my judgment is "revocation of acceptance and cancellation of contract" under Sections 608 and 711 of your state's Commercial Code. One itsy-bitsy problem, though: these are not consumer claims, and no way of recovering attorney fees if you bring there. Therefore, you will have to pay a lawyer, which you cannot do. You can try doing it pro se, but your chances would not be good. Another (slim) possibility would be a fraud claim based on the false (?) representation that the car was kept up great. This too will involve $$$ out of pocket--for an expert, for example, would would be able (?) to testify that the car was not kept up great.
An expensive lesson to learn, which is: when you are desperate, do not jump off the cliff or believe a word car dealers say to you.
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