Buying a used or second-hand car can be a long and drawn-out process where you have to check several different types and models of vehicles, make an assessment of each and every one, and find out as much as you can about its history, its mileage, its use, and more. But at the end of the day, when you have finally found the vehicle of your dreams, the feeling is great indeed.
However, what if the opposite happens? What if you purchase a second-hand car and then find out that it is not all that it is supposed to be? What if, upon purchasing, you find out that the car is no longer roadworthy, for instance, or is still technically owned by the finance firm and not the seller? When this happens, you will be happy to know that you still have options to take advantage of as a consumer. read more »