The new vehicle was perfect until it wasn’t.

I bought a new vehicle last week. Well, it was new to me, but it was entirely multiple years old. I wasn’t too official with buying cars, plus I didn’t think who to ask to go with me. My dad lived a thoUSAnd miles away plus I was on our own. The vehicle was nice, by our standards plus I paid what I thought was a really superb price for it. I couldn’t think it when I drove it to school the next morning plus there wasn’t any a/c. I called the vehicle contractor that sold myself and others the car. I asked about the a/c, She told myself and others to bring the vehicle back the next morning plus she would fix the a/c for me. When she was done, she handed myself and others a bill for over $200. I just looked at the bill plus laughed. I really thought she was joking. I had only taken the vehicle loft multiple days earlier. She informed the vehicle was as is plus she was not responsible for our not asking if there was any a/c. I assumed the a/c was part of the car. I had never been in a vehicle that didn’t have a/c. She agreed that the a/c was part of the car. She didn’t agree that it had to be laboring. I l earned a expensive lesson about buying a used vehicle that week. If you wanted a/c that worked, you had to check to make sure it was laboring. You never paid for a vehicle that ‘as is’ unless you had it diagnosed.

 

 

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