You are asking: The dealership has had my car for a week what should I do? When a dealership had had your car for a week, it might mean that your car might be a defective lemon law vehicle. Additionally, it might mean that you may be entitled to a large financial settlement in the form of a lemon law buyback.
If the dealership has had your car for a week, it likely means that your car may be a defective lemon car. Under the lemon law, you might be entitled to a reimbursement of your money that you paid for the vehicle such as your down-payment and monthly lease payments. Typically, you must provide them with a reasonable number of repair attempts before filing a lemon law case. However, sometimes even one repair visit can be sufficient if the repair takes 30 days or more.
The next step is up to you, but honestly what I recommend is that you get a free consultation, because why not. I am an attorney with many years of experience and I can speak to you about exactly what is going on. We speak to you super fast, most people are shocked how fast they connect with me.
We charge no fee unless we win. I am not sure how many times you have already taken you car in for repair so far, but if your car has been in the repair shop for an entire week already it is a strong clue that it might be a lemon.
The Dealership has had my car for a week
It can be truly frustrating and get in the way of life when a dealership has had your car for a week. Sometimes they are even rude about it too.
As a paying customer, you deserve better consumer rights and customer appreciation than that. You are after all paying them your money that you worked so hard for, and your car is important to your life and work and other family and life duties.
Do not take it lightly. If your car has been in the shop for 7 days or a week or any length of time this month, take the next step and speak with an attorney who can review your documents and facts of your situation for you.
The lemon law is awesome! Its your way of fighting back against the big automobile manufacturers and their tactics.
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