Consequently, in its judgment of 26 March 2020 (C-66/19), the Court of Justice of Luxembourg decided that the calculation of the withdrawal period should be set “clearly and concisely”, given the importance of the right of withdrawal for consumer protection and the need for the consumer to know in advance the conditions, deadlines and procedures for exercising the right of withdrawal. Otherwise, the judgment continues, the effectiveness of the right of withdrawal would be “seriously compromised”. If you take out a loan or get a loan for goods or services, you can enter into a credit agreement. You have the right to terminate a credit agreement if it is covered by the Consumer Credit Act 1974. You can resign within 14 days, which is often referred to as “reflection time.” If you want to terminate the contract, you must pay the financial company the money you still owe for the car within 30 days. In both situations, you need to inform the lender that you want to cancel.