Lemon Laws are designed to protect consumers. For example, if a person purchases a new or used vehicle, they should expect the vehicle to function properly. It should not have any substantial defects. Here are a few things you should know about the used car Lemon Law and how it can protect you.
If a used vehicle qualifies as a lemon, you are entitled to receive a refund or replacement under certain circumstances. This may consist of the down payment you made on the car, monthly payments you have made, and costs associated with taxes, registration, and incidental expenses. It may also come over fees associated with hiring an attorney.
Used car Lemon Law only applies in some circumstances. It typically applies if the vehicle was sold through a dealership and had a written warranty. It may be protected if it is still under the manufacturer’s warranty or the warranty from the dealer. It is important for a person to consult with a legal professional to find out if their used vehicle qualifies and if they have a case.
One of the things that a lawyer will look at is if a used car is presumed to be a lemon because it meets certain qualifications. This will mean that an individual has tried to repair their vehicle at least four times because of the same issue. Or the vehicle has not been used for more than 30 days because of repairs.
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