What are my rights if I bought used car and it broke down?
I purchased a used car it was sold "AS IS". It ran good for about 2 weeks and then it broke down. I took it to my mechanic and he told me that it has something to do with the motor. I called the car dealer were I bought it and all I get is the run-a-round or, "I'll call you later". What can I do?
Unfortunately, one of the perils of purchasing a used car "as is" is just that, you bought it as is. You really have no recourse other than one last ditch effort. That effort is to look at the advertisement written for this car and if there is any factual statement (not puffing) then you may have a case for an unfair and deceptive sale. Puffing means statements like "this car runs great" or "purrs like a kitten"! Factual statements include things like motor/engine replaced two weeks ago or new tires or something that is clearly not the case as you have come to find out.