Returning a Used Car in Texas?

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The Lemon Law is the Texas law that covers the return policy for new and used cars. For your car to be eligible for return, it must be within the year warranty. If the manufacturer cannot fix a mechanical problem with the car within the warranty period, then it can be returned.
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1. Give written notification to the manufacturer (not the car dealer) of the vehicle, giving the specific details of the problems you are having with the car, the dates you took the
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Sadly, unless the contract you signed with the dealer states otherwise, your used vehicle is yours for keeps. Lemon laws generally only protect the buyers of new cars, and only a
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The buyers remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a new or used vehicle.
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