A: If you factory order a car, you can have it shipped to any dealer. The delivering dealer will charge the selling dealer a fee, and that will be added to your purchase price. (this is usually done with fleet accounts and is called a Courtesy Delivery)
Several things to consider. If you are going to have the car in CA, you will need to order one with the CA Emissions package. Most likely you will be looking at a 8-10 week wait to get the car built and shipped. You also are going to be paying several hundred dollars more for the service!
If you do not want to drive to CA, why not purchase the vehicle when you get there?
Q: Can a dealer in IL sell a car when a lien is still on the vehicle?
Ok here is my situation. I went and bought a car in IL and waited for the title to be sent to me. After contacting the dealer many times there like its going to take some time because the previous owner had a lien on it. So they had to send the title to the bank with the lien. What i am wondering is it legal in IL for a dealer to sell a car when a lien is still on it by the bank? i wouldnt think they could because its not theirs yet? Any information is appreciated thanks
Heres my situation. I bought a preowned car in IL. I wanted to take it back to my home state of SD. I waited over a month for the title and still hasnt showed. Finally the dealer said it had a lien on it and would take extra time. What i am wondering is, is it legal in IL to sell a car at the dealership when there is a lien from a bank on it? Dont they have to wait until the title clears and is signed off from the bank to actually put it on there lot? any help is appreciated thanks
A: The lien would have to be settled for them to legally sell the vehicle. Otherwise the bank still has rights to the vehicle. If you paid the dealer and they new there was a lien on it then the money from the sale should go to satisfy the bank lien.
Q: Is there a way to get a car dealer license without owning any property?
Is there a way to get a car dealer license in IL without owning any property?
A: You will need to have a physical address to get a dealer license.
You will need to have a business license.
You will need to have insurance.
You do not need to own the property, you can rent one.
Q: ok i am looking to buy a used car in IL from a private dealer?
the car is a 98 honda civic coupe for 6,500 im 16
what is the insurance and sale taxes
A: Tell them that you'd buy the car if the $6500 is the out-the-door price. That means that it includes taxes and title, whatever the costs for those are in your state. They should be able to agree to it.
For that old of a car, it must have fairly low mileage for that asking price!
As for your insurance, you'll have to call up your insurance agent and ask him what your rate would be. But this is separate from your purchase of the car from the dealer.
Q: What to do when the car dealer do not take responsibility after selling junk car?
After four days that I bought a used car at Tyson in Shorewood, IL, the engine of this car failed.
I try to negotiate with the person that sold this car and with general sales manager of the store Jim Kinney, but they were very unhelpful and disrespectful. They did not want to take any responsibility even that I drove this car only 60 miles. This is a very ripped of . Are car dealers allowed to sell junk cars?
What I should do?
A: You made the purchase, you made the decision that the car was running fine, and you are the responsible party, not the dealer. If the car engine failed after only 60miles of driving, it had serious issues, when you took possession. There is no one to blame, but yourself. Next time you car shop, take someone with you that has knowledge about cars and car buying.
Q: Is it legal to sell a car with tinted windows in IL?
I bought my car almost 5 years ago from a major dealer in IL. I just got pulled over for having tinted windows. I am rather upset about this, I have driven this car past this cop for the entire time I have owned this car and tonight I get pulled over. What do I do?
A: I would check the laws. Tell the judge that you bought the car as is and never had the windows tinted.
If the laws haven't changed in the time from when you bought the car to now, and if the dealer is still in business, sue them, or at least make them pay the fine. Just make sure you have a good lawyer.
If all else fails, remove the tint, and pay the fine. It may suck, but the court and police have to meet quota somehow.
Q: What if 2 months after buy a used car at a dealer still don't received the vehicle registration?
I am commuting in the state of Ca. from IL.Ibought a used car to use it in ca.the dealer said I will get registration and plates in 2 weeks (In my IL. adress) is almost 8 weeks and nothing should I wait some more or should I go to DMV and ask?
A: No, you should go back to the dealer and ask. Especially since you can't drive the vehicle now because your 30 day temporary permit is expired. Why did you wait at all past the 30 day mark?
Q: online car dealer sold me car with major problems?
Help! I just bought a used car online through ebay. '05 w/ 17k miles. High end dealership, high end car. I did everything I could to ensure it was a good vehicle. Ck'd carfax, ebay's auto check program, talked to dealer, all clean. Live in MO, picked car up in IL. Appears car may have been in accident. Heard dealer ask mechanic to ck all fluids/tires before I left. Power steering fluid shld be sealed and never need replacing is now empty, bad run flat tire, hood & quarter panel molding have part # instead VIN, low oil, more. They claim 100% satisfaction on their website. If they won't make good on devalue of car or buy it back how can I make sure it costs them in lost sales way more than the value of my car. I want the world to know of their shady dealings! Lemon laws seem vague but I don't believe this is technically a lemon. Would I have a leg to stand on in court? Where are some good places to publicly complain where consumers will see? What recourse have I?
A: Complain to the dealer and have the car replaced if you can. While you are at it, contact the Better Business Bureau to figure out your options.
Q: if i buy a used car from out of state dealer do i have to pay tax like i bought it from a prv. party or dealer?
I live in illinois and i want to buy a car from a dealer out off state. What tax do i have to pay. In Il if you buy from a private party you pay less tax.
A: You pay the dealer tax rate, and you pay the tax at an Illinois DMV when you bring it into IL..
The out-of-state dealer cannot collect the tax from you
Q: What Car Rental Dealers in IL Accept Debit Cards???
I plan on making a trip 2 Johnson City,TN this weekend to pick up my cousin.Me and my uncle are going to be driving down there in a rental car.However i've talked to a few dealers and explained that i want to pay for it off of my pre paid debit card.I will have all of the money for the rental and deposit if they require a deposit on the card at the time of pick up.But alot of dealers aren't willing to rent off of a debit card.Now i know that there are some dealers that do accept debit cards,even some that will accept a money order.But im having trouble finding a dealer like that and one that also has good rates.Can anybody help me with this?
How are you? Here is where to go to find a rental car http://www.cassandralanetravel.org
Q: can i trade in my car if il owe money to a tital loan place?
3 months ago i took out a title loan. i made several payments already toward my loan, but im not finished paying the loan yet.
i want to know will i be able to trade in my car without the tital?? wether it's to a dealer or private owner?
A: If you can get financed, yes. (with a dealer)
Private owners aren't into paying off other peoples loans and don't know anything about it.
Chances are, financing another car is going to be difficult if you had to resort to "title loan" financing.
Q: car dealers in lincolnwood il?
A: Yes, all kinds. http://local.ask.com/local?terms=car+dealerships&location=Lincolnwood%2C+IL&q=car+dealerships+Lincolnwood%2C+IL&qsrc=130&yp=list&Submit=Search+Local
Q: Do I have to pay tax on the full retail price of a vehicle even if I am leasing it ?
Car dealer in IL says it's IL state law to collect sales tax on the full price of the car even if I am leasing it for only 2 years?
Is this true?
Illinois charges vehicle tax on the full price for leases. If you lived in Indiana, you would only pay tax on the money down, rebates, and monthly payment. This can change a payment by even $100 more per month (Illinois v/s Indiana). I hope this helps to clarify.
Q: is it legal for a car dealer to cash your down payment before a deal is reached?
I was looking at a used vehicle. The salesman was going to help me get financing. He insisted that I needed to write a check out for the amount of the down payment for the lenders to see. So I wrote the check. However, I declined to purchase the vehicle. They've already cashed my check, overdrawing my account $2000 (I bought a car somewhere else). I went to my bank and put a stop payment on it but it cost $60 in fees to get it all sorted out. Do I have any course of action to get my fees back? I can't raise too much of a stink because I work in the service dept of this same dealership and can't loose my job. Was it legal for them to cash a check when I did not agree to purchase the vehicle? No papers were signed at all. This is in IL.
The car salesman was working with the F&I guy, I had a car that I liked and wanted to work on financing it. Many dealerships, esp those that are franchised (This is a Ford dealership) have lenders that they work with. So the salesman was supposed to be trying to get me financing. In the end, the deal they offered was more expensive than I wanted to spend, or I would have bought the car, and they had their down payment. I've never dealt with a dealer before and since I worked there expected them not to try to screw me over. But yes, lesson learned.
I wrote a check for earnest monies. The salesman said it was neccesary to secure financing. The check was good when I wrote it. I turned down their offer due to the terms of the loan, which were not disclosed to me until after the check was written, which they said I had to do in order to APPLY for financing. I was going to buy the car. The check was good. I refused the terms of the loan, did not take posession of the vehicle and did not sign an agreement to buy. They should have returned the down payment. My question is, was what they did legal, or are they entitled to keep a down payment AND the car? My account was overdrawn because I bought a car from another dealer after refusing the deal on the first car and used the money as it was intended, as a down payment for a vehicle I actually purchased.
As for the "loose", which you holier-than-thou people can't seem to get over, it was a typographical error, not a grammatical one.
A: you might want to go tell that story to your boss, and you just learned a valuable lesson in lying thieving crooked car salesman, NEVER show a dime until you are sure, that could have been even more expensive than it was
Q: I purchased a new car & traded in my old car, transferring plates. Do I pay the full license fee of $78? IL?
I bought new car from dealer, traded old car and transferred plates. Should I have had to pay the full 'New' license plate fee or just continue with the remaining 8 months left on my current, transferred, license plates? I live in Illinois.
A: In most states if there is time left on your old plates the amount is deducted plus a small fee for handling. In other words it should be prorated.