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STARETROLAND SPONSORED OMVIC TOP 3 TIPS BEFORE BUYING YOUR NEXT CAR Pave the way for a smooth car-buying experience with helpful advice from Ontario's motor vehicle sales regulator ost experts would say the best way to buy a car is to be prepared - that's why Ontario's motor vehicle sales regulator has the tools you need to M OMVIC has consumer tips on its website to ensure you find the right information about a motor vehicle's history, budgeting, financing and more. make an informed purchase. Before you ALWAYS GET CONDITIONS step into a dealership to shop for your next car, follow these three tips to ensure a smooth car-buying process. IN WRITING You must get any conditions included in your contract in writing. Conditions mean a contract is only valid if certain requirements are met, like "subject to my mechanic's approval" or "subject to repairs being made". Getting conditions in writing ensures you have the proper grounds to file a complaint if the contract is not fulfilled DO YOUR RESEARCH Before you decide on a vehicle, get all the information you need to ensure a safer purchase. Decide what features you want to be included with your vehicle, like an extended warranty or rust proofing. Find by a dealer or salesperson. Not all out as much as you can about the car and the dealership you plan to buy from. Buy from an Ontario Motor Vehicle Industry Council (OMVIIC)-registered "Remember once a dealer. That way, if there are problems with the sale you can call the OMVIC consumer support team to guide you in respect to the next steps you should take and provide advice if the dealer is unwilling to help you solve the problem. At omvic.ca, you can search to see if the dealer or salesperson is registered with OMVIC. If something does go wrong with a motor vehicle purchase or lease agreement, eligible consumers who bought from OMVIC-registered dealers can access the Motor Vehicle Dealers Compensation Fund (MVDCF). T'he fund provides financial assistance to consumers who make a valid claim for a vehicle transaction against an OMVIC- registered dealer. OMVIC.ca has more information about eligibility for the fund. Unsure where to begin your research? motor vehicle sales contract is signed by the dealer and the consumer it becomes SHUTTERSTOCK and the consumer it becomes a legally binding document. Unless a dealer has breached the Motor Vehicle Dealers Act (MVDA) or Consumer Protection Act (CPA) in a way to specifically trigger a consumer's right to end a contract, there is no right to cancellation, or a "cooling-off" period once a customer signs a contract to purchase a vehicle. provide you with valuable insights, so call if you have questions. OMVIC strives to maintain a fair and informed marketplace for consumers, dealers and salespeople. Their website has tips for buying a car online, and the OMVIC team is always there to support you in your car-buying journey. Still unsure about buying a car? Reach out to OMVIC's consumer a legally binding document." support team today at consumers@ omvic.on.ca or call 1-800-943-6002 to dealers may agree to put conditions in writing: if that happens, you may want to consider buying from another dealer so you know your terms are clear. Remember -once a motor vehicle CALL OMVIC BEFORE YOU BUY OMVIC's consumer support team is here to help consumers make educated get your questions answered. and informed decisions before sales contract is signed by the dealer purchasing a vehicle. The team can This content was funded and approved by theadvertiser. STARETROLAND SPONSORED OMVIC TOP 3 TIPS BEFORE BUYING YOUR NEXT CAR Pave the way for a smooth car-buying experience with helpful advice from Ontario's motor vehicle sales regulator ost experts would say the best way to buy a car is to be prepared - that's why Ontario's motor vehicle sales regulator has the tools you need to M OMVIC has consumer tips on its website to ensure you find the right information about a motor vehicle's history, budgeting, financing and more. make an informed purchase. Before you ALWAYS GET CONDITIONS step into a dealership to shop for your next car, follow these three tips to ensure a smooth car-buying process. IN WRITING You must get any conditions included in your contract in writing. Conditions mean a contract is only valid if certain requirements are met, like "subject to my mechanic's approval" or "subject to repairs being made". Getting conditions in writing ensures you have the proper grounds to file a complaint if the contract is not fulfilled DO YOUR RESEARCH Before you decide on a vehicle, get all the information you need to ensure a safer purchase. Decide what features you want to be included with your vehicle, like an extended warranty or rust proofing. Find by a dealer or salesperson. Not all out as much as you can about the car and the dealership you plan to buy from. Buy from an Ontario Motor Vehicle Industry Council (OMVIIC)-registered "Remember once a dealer. That way, if there are problems with the sale you can call the OMVIC consumer support team to guide you in respect to the next steps you should take and provide advice if the dealer is unwilling to help you solve the problem. At omvic.ca, you can search to see if the dealer or salesperson is registered with OMVIC. If something does go wrong with a motor vehicle purchase or lease agreement, eligible consumers who bought from OMVIC-registered dealers can access the Motor Vehicle Dealers Compensation Fund (MVDCF). T'he fund provides financial assistance to consumers who make a valid claim for a vehicle transaction against an OMVIC- registered dealer. OMVIC.ca has more information about eligibility for the fund. Unsure where to begin your research? motor vehicle sales contract is signed by the dealer and the consumer it becomes SHUTTERSTOCK and the consumer it becomes a legally binding document. Unless a dealer has breached the Motor Vehicle Dealers Act (MVDA) or Consumer Protection Act (CPA) in a way to specifically trigger a consumer's right to end a contract, there is no right to cancellation, or a "cooling-off" period once a customer signs a contract to purchase a vehicle. provide you with valuable insights, so call if you have questions. OMVIC strives to maintain a fair and informed marketplace for consumers, dealers and salespeople. Their website has tips for buying a car online, and the OMVIC team is always there to support you in your car-buying journey. Still unsure about buying a car? Reach out to OMVIC's consumer a legally binding document." support team today at consumers@ omvic.on.ca or call 1-800-943-6002 to dealers may agree to put conditions in writing: if that happens, you may want to consider buying from another dealer so you know your terms are clear. Remember -once a motor vehicle CALL OMVIC BEFORE YOU BUY OMVIC's consumer support team is here to help consumers make educated get your questions answered. and informed decisions before sales contract is signed by the dealer purchasing a vehicle. The team can This content was funded and approved by theadvertiser.