If a car dealership has a lean on your car and you have not made the required payments they may repossess your car.
it depends on the car dealership and what is wrong with the vehicle
A certified car can be bought from a car dealership. A certified car is a car that has been inspected by a licensed car inspector and it has an extended warranty.
A noun is a person, place, or thing. Tony,car,dealership.
The Easterns car dealership is a used car dealer chain with locations in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia. They specialize entirely in used cars, and advertise the largest selection of used cars for sale in their respective areas.
has this car been wrecked before
has this car ever been wrecked
Very poorly worded question. Are you asking if you wreck someones car how to you go about telling them, or are you asking how can you tell if a vehicle has been wrecked? If it is the first question, then just tell them, I wrecked your car. If the second, then have the vehicle looked at by a qualified body shop.
"I wrecked your car, don't hit me"
You cannot take a car back because it has been wrecked. You are now responsible for the car and need to call your insurance to have it replaced or get it fixed.
No wrecked car is stronger than one not wrecked.
No, only if it has been totaled and has a rebuilt title.
A Program Car is the term a dealership assigns to a car that has previously been used in a rental fleet or as a company vehicle, such as the car that the employees of a dealership are allowed to drive.
You can purchase a salvage car at a small dealership (ex: Autoworld). There, they have many different cars: wrecked, salvaged or dented. Therefore, you are almost certain to find a salvage car there for a good deal.
I am sure it is similar to a Salvage title. The car has been wrecked and repaired.
A car dealership does not have a certain length of time to tell you. It is better business practice to do so when they tell you they will, within a reasonable period of time.