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I tried to trade-in my vehicle and the car dealership has taken possession of my vehicle and I still have the title.

1 Answers. Asked on Jul 06th, 2017 on Contracts - Florida
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The dealership continues to provide an individual to play manager. They won't let me get my customized items off my vehicle that were promised in the original deal. This all began July 2 2017.
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Answered on Jul 07th, 2017 at 5:29 AM

Typically you don't "trade in" a vehicle and THEN go get custom things off of it. You either take them off BEFORE you give up possession or you take them off when the vehicle is being appraised for trade in value. Unless you have some written agreement otherwise, you likely traded in the vehicle as it was and need to be careful you don't breach your written agreement and get a repo for your efforts. 

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