We get a lot of questions about buying used cars and having problems later.
Tessa from Gilbert spent more than $7000 for her car.
But then she had $3800 in repairs a few days later.
She writes: ” i asked about the 15 days 500 miles on the bottom of the contract and he stated if the car was completely broke down then it may be covered but this was not the case.”
And it does cover you the earlier of 15 days or 500 miles from when you bought the vehicle.
But it only covers breakdown of a major component.
The question is was it a major component?
You can get answers to questions like these in person, Thursday, October 8th from 6 to 8:30 pm at the Tempe Marketplace.
We’ll not only have car experts, but also attorneys and experts in many other consumer areas.
And you can talk with them one-on-one for free.
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This article was not written by Michigan Lemon Law.
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