A car dealer may try to fob you off if your new or used car develops a problem – leaving you with an expensive repair bill, even if you bought a new or second-hand warranty.
If your new or used car develops a problem after you bought it, you still have consumer rights that mean the dealer could have to fix the problem with your car.
We can help you understand your new or used car warranty, or your rights if you don’t have a new or used car warranty.
Our team of specialist advisers has extensive experience of advising on a range of car issues and your legal rights when buying a new or used car.
We can advise you on what remedies you’re entitled to ask for and other factors can affect your claim.
You may, for example, have legal rights if the car develops a problem much further down the line and you may be able to ask the dealer to put it right for free – our lawyers can help with advice in this situation.
The Which? Legal specialist advisers will give you individual, jargon-free legal advice and help to win your case.