car shopping new or used

20/09/2021

Your rights as a particular buyer:
Even if you buy your used car from an individual, several legal provisions protect you.
The seller must give you all the important information about the vehicle
When you buy a used vehicle from an individual, the latter has to keep you informed about the vehicle, its quality, and its operation. In other words, if something is not working properly, the seller must inform you. Likewise, if there are additional charges necessary to drive with the vehicle, the seller must also notify you.

The legal guarantee of a hidden defect:
It is called a hidden defect, when the used car has an undeclared defect at the time of sale, but which was unknown to the seller. This must be a defect that prevents the car from operating properly. The purchaser has a time of 2 years to demonstrate that the deformity was available at the hour of procurement and hence get an aggregate or halfway discount.

The Offence of Deception: Protecting Yourself Against Liars:
If the seller has lied to you about certain characteristics of the vehicle and/or concealed certain defects from you, this is an offense of deception. In this case, your first instinct is to send the seller a claim by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt. If the settlement fails, you can file a complaint.


Choose the right car and the right seller:
To avoid unpleasant surprises, you need to be very careful when looking for a car.

Choose a realistic ad and in your budget:
To start with, you should characterize the greatest spending that you won't surpass. At that point, you have to decide the sort of vehicle, and perhaps the make and model if you have an away from what you are searching for.
To carry out your search, do not hesitate to use all the available media: newspaper, internet, trade journals. Sort the ads according to your budget and the type of vehicle you are looking for, but also according to other criteria
mileage, age of the vehicle, motorization, etc.
Beware of overly enticing ads that promise you a vehicle with exemplary features at a price that defeats all competition. Instead, look for consistent ads.

Sift through the ad and compare it:
Before contacting the seller, you must take the time to carefully study the ad and verify that it is consistent, that is to say, that the advertised features are realistic: price, year, mileage, condition… For example, if the car is five years old and its mileage is only 10,000 km, that’s pretty suspicious.

Your rights as a particular buyer:
Even if you buy your used car from an individual, several legal provisions protect you.


The seller must give you all the important information about the vehicle:
When you buy a used vehicle from an individual, the latter has to keep you informed about the vehicle, its quality, and its operation. In other words, if something is not working properly, the seller must inform you. Likewise, if there are additional charges necessary to drive with the vehicle, the seller must also notify you.

The legal guarantee of a hidden defect:
It is called a hidden defect, when the used car has an undeclared defect at the time of sale, but which was unknown to the seller. This must be a defect that prevents the car from operating properly. The purchaser has a time of 2 years to demonstrate that the deformity was available at the hour of procurement and accordingly get an aggregate or fractional discount.

The Offence of Deception: Protecting Yourself Against Liars:
If the seller has lied to you about certain characteristics of the vehicle and/or concealed certain defects from you, this is an offense of deception. In this case, your first instinct is to send the seller a claim by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt. If the settlement fails, you can file a complaint.


Choose the right car and the right seller:
To avoid unpleasant surprises, you need to be very careful when looking for a car.

Choose a realistic ad and in your budget:
To start with, you should characterize a greatest spending that you won't surpass.Then you need to determine the type of car
To carry out your search, do not hesitate to use all the available media: newspaper, internet, trade journals. Sort the ads according to your budget and the type of vehicle you are looking for, but also according to other criteria
mileage, age of the vehicle, motorization, etc.
Beware of overly enticing ads that promise you a vehicle with exemplary features at a price that defeats all competition. Instead, look for consistent ads.

Sift through the ad and compare it:
Before contacting the seller, you must take the time to carefully study the ad and verify that it is consistent, that is to say, that the advertised features are realistic: price, year, mileage, condition… For example, if the car is five years old and its mileage is only 10,000 km, that’s pretty suspicious.

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