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JGM, Solicitor
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Bought a used car from ***** ***** via direct lines replacement

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bought a used car from ***** ***** via direct lines replacement car scheme bought it on understanding that the description on website was accurate as car was at a branch 200 miles away travelled down to collect.
it said on description heated electric door mirrors when picked car up was not informed that they were not working at time of purchase on travelling home discovered faults called branch next day told to take to any ***** ***** service centre for repair did that and was informed today that they would not cover mirrors would this come under miss sale of goods act 1979 as it was stated on sale description and at no point was I informed it was faulty
This is covered by the sale of goods legislation as the car did not conform to the description of it made by the seller, i.e., the heated mirrors did not work. You are entitled to insist that they repair the car so that it conforms with the contract of sale. If they refuse to do so then you are entitled to the remedies contained in section 14 and you could claim damages being the cost of having the car repaired elsewhere. Happy to discuss further.
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