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VIC Car Bought at Dealership - My Rights under Australian Consumer Law?

Discussion in 'Australian Consumer Law Forum' started by Shawna, 10 August 2015.

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  1. Shawna

    Shawna Member

    10 August 2015
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    I bought a car September 2014 with warranty and car insurance and within 3 months I have had nothing but problems with it. I took the car back to the dealership 4 times within 2 months the problem is still not fixed. I have had 3 other mechanics and specialists look at it and they are still unable to find the problem.

    I have had many people in the area that have dealt with this particular dealer and have all had problems with cars bought from there.

    I am just wondering what my legal rights under Australian Consumer Law are with the car and dealership. As my car has not been working properly for over 9 months now and the dealership just keep saying they can't do anything about it.
  2. Sarah J

    Sarah J Well-Known Member

    16 July 2014
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    Hi Shawna,

    Take a read of the following articles to understand your rights under Australian Consumer Law a bit better:
    In short, you sound like you are protected under the ACL and may have some recourse under it. You should contact Consumer Affairs Victoria for some free advice and possibly lodge a complaint, which will have them assist you in your dispute with the car dealer.

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