What if I buy a car as is?

If you buy a car ‘as is,’ that means there is no warranty- either express or implied- associated with the purchase of that car. Under the law, there are both express and implied warranties available for many different types of purchases. This means that even if a seller doesn’t make you a specific promise that the item will work, an implied warranty may kick in and you may be guaranteed that an item will perform as it should and/or that all promises regarding the type of the item were true. However, when a car is sold ‘as is’ that means that no warranty applies at all, not even an implied warranty.

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