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Re: HELP! What would you guys do?

Thanks a lot for all of your responses, you`ve been a big help!!!


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Re: HELP! What would you guys do?

If anyone has anything more to add, please feel free!!! The more information I have, the better :-)


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Re: HELP! What would you guys do?

It sounds like the damage to the car you bought was pretty significant if it driving weird. In a lot of states there are requirements for a dealer to notify a buyer in wirting about damage over a set percentage of the car's value. You should look into that option as well. Eespecially if it affecting the car's resale value.

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