How to tell if your car is in bad shape
By Tom Hickey and Ian WaltonThe car that you bought in the last decade has suffered major damage, or maybe even a complete meltdown.
But what if it’s not?
You can always go back to the original owner and ask for a refund or replacement.
Or, you could go to a car dealership.
A few years ago, a car dealer was contacted by a customer who had been in a serious accident and required repairs.
The dealer arranged for a repair.
The car was in such bad shape that the car parts supplier was unable to repair it.
So, the customer was stuck paying for the repairs.
The buyer paid for the repair and the repair was done.
However, the car was never sold and was never repaired.
The original owner then asked for a full refund.
This is not the first time a customer has asked for repair.
A woman from a rural area of India has asked the insurance company to repair her faulty car.
A year ago, her car was repainted and a new set of wheels were fitted.
She said she was not happy with the new paint job and felt that it did not suit her style.
In March 2017, another woman from New Zealand, who bought a new car in 2015, contacted the insurer and asked to have the original paint repaired.
She had a very different experience.
She said she liked the original colour and wanted to have a look.
She did, and a couple of months later, she found herself in a car crash in New Zealand.
The insurer said the vehicle was in a poor condition and needed new paint.
The vehicle was repossessed by the insurer after her insurer decided that she had not received a refund.
But the car is still in her name.
Her insurer says that it will be refunded if she pays for the new parts and the new car is sold.
The customer is waiting for the company to reply to the case.
The insurance company will issue a statement when the issue is resolved.
The new car was bought in May 2017.
The company is now looking at its refund policy.
This insurance company says that if you are the original buyer, you can request a full price refund.
If you are not the original purchaser, the company says you can only ask for part of the original purchase price refunded.
In some cases, the new owner is also able to ask for some of the costs associated with the original repair, including the insurance premium.
But in most cases, you cannot ask for full refunds.