Is your car a lemon? 8 ways to know if state lemon law can help
If your new car is plagued with a defect that cannot be repaired, you may not have to get stuck with the lemon for life. Not if your state lemon law has anything to do with it, anyway.
Once you have made diligent attempts to repair the car without success and have not been able to find the manufacturer's satisfaction, file your complaint through the state lemon law, a consumer law that protects car buyers, it can be your next step.
Under many state laws on lemons, the vehicle manufacturer may have to replace the car with a new one or reimburse a refund. Some state laws on lemons also cover certain used or leased vehicles. But how can you tell if your car counts as a lemon? And, if you do, what should you do about it?
Click or swipe your finger in 7 ways a defective vehicle can qualify for the replacement or refund of the lemon law.
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