- Report: #1088790
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Complaint Review: drive time
drive time sold me a bad car after a yr. racked up close 1,000.00 in car repairs gastonia North Carolina
*Author of original report: not language class at all
*Consumer Comment: Sounds like you aren't ready to own a vehicle
*Consumer Comment: Wow!
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Drivetime sold me a piece of crap after a year of having the carI found myself with over a thousand dollars worth of work needed to be done to the car I took it to one of their mechanics they advised me that pieces on the car patched up with electrical tape it needed to be repaired needed timing cover gasket these are things that should have been repaired before selling the car in my opinion I think they patch it up so the car so it could pass inspection so they could sell it they claim they do a rigorous inspection and looks like they do a one point inspection and the point is to SELL SELL SELLthese are the things that I have to do to correct my car heater hose housing unit smoked test the car was saying it had a leak did a smoke test no leak bought 3 gas caps and also have NVLD done and they tell me this is normal wear and tear on a car WOW!!!!! 95% OF THE CUSTOMER SERVICE. REPS ARE JUST LIKE THE CARS THEY SELL SH%T
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/01/2013 09:35 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/drive-time/gastonia-North-Carolina-28056/drive-time-sold-me-a-bad-car-after-a-yr-racked-up-close-100000-in-car-repairs-gastoni-1088790. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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