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What is the name of your state?What is the name of your state? California :confused:
I just bought a limousine from another state and had it shipped to California. I was assured from the seller that the car was in good working order prior to the purchase however, the car is now in California and shipper has told me the car will no longer start and there will be additional costs to get the car delivered. The car had to be running to get on their truck to begin with. Amoung other problems with this shipper it has taken nearly 6 weeks to deliver the car and now it's not running. Thier terms and conditions clearly state that they do not guarantee delivery times and are not responsible for vehicals that become disabled during transit and specify additional costs may be incurred in such cases. Do I have any legal recourse? How binding are their Terms and Conditions?

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