#2UPDATE EX-employee responds
Wed, April 21, 2004
At the time of signing for the vehicle you signed a document saying that they could come and repo the vehicle for many reasons with or without notice, including :no insurance :late payments: moving out of state........so on and so forth...... you also signed a document saying that they can sue you but you can't sue them (mediation clause of some sort). you see Tina legally Jdbyrider now has the right to take your ex-vehicle to an auction and sell it for about half the price you paid for it originally.....then (depending on state law) they can go to court and sue you for the money they have lost (yes even though you don't have the vehicle any more. Your only hope is to beg and plead with the dealership to let you have the car back....Good luck....I'm sorry I can't give you any solid advise but your hands are tied because of all those signatures before you drove you new car off the lot.