So you've bought a lemon of a car, now what?

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<i>Image: (Duncan Alfreds, News24)</i>
<i>Image: (Duncan Alfreds, News24)</i>

Cape Town - There's no easy way to face this uncomfortable reality for many South African motorists - that car you bought from the slick salesman is a dud.

It's painful news to bear and hurts your faith in humanity because the salesman was so convincing about the fuel economy, service history or previous owner.

Nevertheless, you're stuck (quite literally) with a car that's not going anywhere.

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