Asked by Anonymous on 11-07-2022 12:58:27
Question posted in the Consumer Protection Law category relating to Western Cape
I bought a car cash from a car dealership. I only drove the car for about 5 weeks and the car broke down. My insurance got car towed to landrover in town but then the car dealership insisted that the car be towed to landrover in Stellenbosch. What I find confusing is that the car dealership insisted car go to Stellenbosch but Stellenbosch quote for repair was 3 times more then the quote town gave for the repair. Why would they want car to be repaired for much more money... the problem on the car is a engine problem . They have my car for almost 2 months now. Car been in workshop longer then what I've driven it. There's no way that I could've driven the engine in such a state in few weeks . They want me to pay half the cost but i dont want to coz i dont have money for it and i dont think I have to coz I haven't driven car for longer then 6 months. I want car be repaired and they pay or replaced car or give me my full refund. Plz let me know what I must do next and what my legal rights are? Im so fed up of this situation and its driving me mad. Plz help
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