If the goods to be supplied by the dealer are used, the vehicle is supplied as roadworthy at the point of sale and in the case of consumer sales.
PRIOR to paying, the customer shall examine the vehicle, parts or items set out in the invoice and the purchaser is reminded that the conditions of satisfactory quality and fitness for purpose, implied by the sale of goods legislation, does not operate in relation to such defects, which the examination ought to reveal. Should the goods be sold also subject to defects notified by the seller to the customer before signing any agreement, the implied conditions of satisfactory quality and fitness for purpose do not operate in relation to those defects.
The customer shall be liable to pay for goods immediately upon notification by the dealer that they are available for collection.
The dealer may at their discretion, demand a deposit at the time an order is placed by the customer and shall not be obliged to progress the order or implement the contract until the deposit is paid in full. Goods will not be available for release until the remaining balance is paid in full, 48 hours prior to collection.