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Are U trying to GET OUT of ur UBER lease/loan Vechicle???

Discussion in 'Vehicles' started by centralFLFuber, Jan 9, 2015.

  1. centralFLFuber

    centralFLFuber Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Central Florida
    from the little that ive read when u signed a lease/loan thru santander or some other uber car affilitated dealer most of the time these vehicles are Registered/Licensed with DMV as a PERSONAL vehicle NOT commerical....if your using the car as a commercial VFH this could be used to VOID the contract

    try to VOID contract and return car to dealer!

    also the new/lower rates could also be used to VOID contract

    (note if vechicle was registered as Commercial not personal then this would not apply; but rate changes could still possibly be used to VOID contract) most attorneys will give a FREE consultation...go see one!

    Bankruptcy is also an option

    Good Luck!
     
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  2. elelegido

    elelegido Well-Known Member

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    Why would being registered as personal rather than commercial void the contract?
     
  3. centralFLFuber

    centralFLFuber Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Central Florida
    cuz if its registered with Dmv AS personal and insured as personal but your lease /contract with santander is tied to income with uber than its being used and sold to you for commercial VFH dealer shoud not have u register as personal should on DMV registration as commericial and commercial plates

    Santander leased u a vehicle with the INTENT of it being used as a Commercial VFH

    but then it was registered with state as personal lease
     
  4. elelegido

    elelegido Well-Known Member

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    I don't know; the new vehicle registration form is signed by the person taking the lease. He/she would know before signing the form that it's for a personal vehicle.
     
  5. centralFLFuber

    centralFLFuber Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Central Florida
    from what i understand some leases have been done as commercial so then it would not apply...but some have been leased as personal....u would have to read over everything carefully all the docs that were done at signing and registration...but if does apply theres ur out
     

  6. elelegido

    elelegido Well-Known Member

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    Maybe I'm missing your point - how does having an incorrectly titled vehicle invalidate the lease?

    I agree that Santander lease cars should be registered as commercial, but the great majority UberX cars will be registered as private.
     
  7. UberRey

    UberRey Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Basecamp. Everest.
    Long story short... go into a Santander dealership and hand them an envelope with $1000. Leave the car.
     
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  8. elelegido

    elelegido Well-Known Member

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    Doyle follows in his car and immediately swipes the envelope. Split the proceeds; net cost to you $500
     
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  9. centralFLFuber

    centralFLFuber Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Central Florida
    @elelegido Here u go:

    http://www.localnews7.com/news/uber...urance-that-leaves-them-uncovered-h26310.html

    "The DMV’s Conway said that drivers using personal autos for commercial purposes could be ticketed by police, and the agency said while it would not comment on the specific issues regarding Uber’s finance programs, knowingly making false statements on a DMV document is “prosecutable as a criminal offense” and could lead to administrative sanctions against dealers."

    your ammo VOID lease
     
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2015
  10. xtree78

    xtree78 Active Member

    Location:
    Dallas-Fort Worth
    Driving:
    UberX
    I live in Texas and I would love to get out of my lease but I don't have the 1000 to give them due to the low rates
     
  11. centralFLFuber

    centralFLFuber Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Central Florida

    VOIDING ur lease/contract is NOT the same as buying out of it
     
  12. xtree78

    xtree78 Active Member

    Location:
    Dallas-Fort Worth
    Driving:
    UberX
    Well I will be contacting santander next week since I drive right by the corporate office everyday. I want out. Sad part is I want out only because of the low bottom feeder rates I enjoy the job it's my entertainment. I will uber again when I get another car
     
  13. UberRey

    UberRey Well-Known Member

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    Basecamp. Everest.
    Seriously? You will drive for .90 a mile? Don't pay these clowns to abuse you.
     
  14. xtree78

    xtree78 Active Member

    Location:
    Dallas-Fort Worth
    Driving:
    UberX
    Well since I only work 9 pm to 230 am 2 Friday and Saturday nights a month and I make over $600 bucks working the surges. Of course that was when the rate was 1.17 a mile. Now at .90 see me take almost .30 cpm drop I can no longer afford to keep the lease car it just don't pay to do so. But when I have a different car paying less that the lease rate sure I can go back to uber at the bottom feeder rates.
     
  15. Joe Hurwitz

    Joe Hurwitz New Member

    Location:
    brooklyn ny
    its also illegal for the dealership to send a car that is for commercial and then flip it to personal, the reason they do that is because whoever is buying the paper from the bank wants personal cars only.
    you can definitely get out of the lease
     

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