I bought a used car less than 48 hours from a dealership ago and the check engine light has already came on. I was told the car would pass North Carolina inspection and it wont. What can I do? Is there anyway I can get my money back?
1 Answer from Attorneys
You should contact your local NCDMV License and Theft office to see if an Inspector can assist you in having the dealership to pay for any repairs and work needed for your vehicle to pass inspection. A vehicle sold must have a valid inspection at the time of sale. Not sure if you would be able to obtain a refund but this is a situation that requires swift action on your part. You may want to contact an auto fraud attorney for a consultation as soon as possible.
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