“Recently my younger brother bought his first car. He went to a random used sales lot near Boston, and let some guy with greasy hair talk him into something he didn’t want. Less than 24 hours later, he got a queasy feeling in his stomach and wanted to back out of the deal. Except, of course, the paperwork had been signed and the dealer wasn’t going to let him return the car or refund his money. He was stuck with it.
But that experience, a common one among young car buyers, may soon be a relic. A relatively young website called Vroom is trying to keep car buyers from feeling duped by giving them seven days to return a purchased car after it’s been delivered.”