After you purchase a vehicle, how long do you have to change your mind?
Question Details: I bought a vehicle and now I need to return it. How many days do I have to return it before I'm locked into the contract? I need to get out of it due to medical bills that came in the day after I purchased the vehicle
You are locked into the contract as soon as you signed the contract: there is no recissionary period ("cooling off" period) or right to change your mind if you do so quickly. The manager is correct: you are contractually obligated to the purchase, and if you try to not go through with it, the dealership could sue you.
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