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After a few weeks of buying our car we had brake issues which the dealer. We then found out the car had a hidden past. (Don't want to go too deep at the moment).


In a panic I called my lawyer who told us what to put in the letter and if it didn't work to call him back.


We have rejected a car and the dealer has accepted our request via email


I had put in my rejection letter the car was available for uplift by them and that I had stopped using the car.


They have now asked me to bring the car to the dealership I bought it from so they can inspect the car.


Im not comfortable with that for a few reasons.


1. I put in the letter I wasn't using the car any more

2. The rear brakes were classed as defective by another garage. Don't want to cause any more damage and more importantly from a safety point of view.

3. The car could get damaged on route.

4. They were in breach of contract


Any advice would be greatly appreciated

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Hi zx6r


You don't need to start a new thread.


It might be an idea to get a report on the brake issue before the car is returned.


Consumer Protection and Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 / SOGA states - The consumer is not obliged to return the vehicle to the dealer but must make it available for collection.



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