The most fearful thing for used car buyers is the situation where a breakdown is found after purchase and they are hit with a ‘repair cost bomb’. For this reason, the essential document to refer to is the performance and condition inspection record.
Can I get compensation from the seller if I later realized that several minor breakdowns were revealed after signing a contract to purchase a used car that did not show any problems in the performance record, and that options such as navigation were not installed differently from the record book?
In principle, if the condition of the vehicle is different from the performance record book requested by the used car dealer at the private inspection site, the seller is responsible for compensation, but it is said that the consumer may also be at fault depending on the circumstances such as test driving.
After purchasing a used car, the video guides the consumer who paid 33% of the car’s price for repairs and received some compensation from the seller, along with a video guide that consumers should pay attention to.
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