Buying, Selling, or Leasing a Vehicle

Lemon Laws

What must I do to make lemon laws work for me?

First, you must notify the manufacturer, and, in some states the dealer, about the defect. Second, you should keep a copy of every repair or service receipt you are given. This serves as your record that the required number of repair attempts has been made, and is especially important if your car's defect had to be repaired at another garage or in another city because it was physically impossible to drive the car back to the seller's repair location.

>>What are lemon laws?
>>How do I know if the law considers my car a lemon?
>>What must I do to make lemon laws work for me?
>>Is there an arbitration process?
>>What will I get if I win my lemon law claim?
>>Do lemon laws cover used cars?
>>May I drive the car while we are deciding whether or not it is a lemon?


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