this comment in itself is a disgrace. you drove from phoenix to prescott without incident. take it to get inspected and suddenly its deemed unsafe to drive? because of a torn c.v. axle boot? get real. did you notice the vehicle making any ""strange or unusual"" noises on the way home? now since you didnt want to risk you life driving a car with a torn cv boot, that alone is hilarious, and the $60 dollars in fuel to get there(you should have bought local if its that big of a concern), but you mention no other issue whasoever, so assuming nothing else was wrong with the vehicle, you really think you should be reimbursed for a repair that was not ""authorized"" in the first place? for instance, you could just have your mechanic put in a new motor, call them and say it was bad, and they owe you for the bill? again, get real. the law you are mentioning also has provisions to protect the seller as well, so read into it a lil more before you say its to protect ""you"". that door swings both ways. they have the right to inspect the vehicle, now, they cant ""force"" you to drive the vehicle, with that said, they could have towed the car back to their dealership for inspection. did you give them the opportunity? i highly doubt it, though you played phone tag with them multiple times, your approach may be the reason for the lack of service.
Pros: horrible example of a consumer, never happy with anything