The trial court properly denied defendant’s motion to compel arbitration. By not raising the point in the trial court, defendant waived its argument that arbitrability questions were delegated to the arbitrator. The trial court properly found that the arbitration provision was unconscionable. It was an adhesion contract, presented to the plaintiffs on a electronic tablet device which the salesman scrolled through showing plaintiff where to sign, but without explaining the contract’s terms or pointing out the arbitration clause. The clause was substantively unconscionable in requiring arbitration of the consumer’s claims but allowing defendant to sue in court upon the consumer’s default.