California Lemon Law
If your new car is spending more time at the repair shop than it spends with you, there is a strong possibility that you have a lemon on your hands. Thankfully, the California lemon law is in place and can protect consumers facing this misfortunate deal! The lemon law covers new and used vehicles which were purchased with a manufacturers warranty. In short, if your car, boat, RV, SUV, truck, motorhome, etc. has failed to perform as promised by your dealer, or has not be fixed after a number of repair attempts by the manufacturer or its authorized dealer, you most likely have had the misfortune of purchasing a Lemon Car.
In California, a vehicle is presumed to be a “lemon” by the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act which is commonly referred to as the California Lemon Law. These laws were put in place to provide relief to buyers of problematic vehicles. The California Lemon Law applies to vehicles which the auto dealerships have been unable to repair within the warranty period or after being given a reasonable number of opportunities. There are also other factors which can constitute your car as a lemon. Each case is unique. All factors you provide us can help us discern as to weather your car is indeed a lemon. Generally speaking, when your car is presumed a lemon, you are then entitled to a full refund, lemon buyback or a new car from the manufacturer. The CA Lemon Law also states that the automobile manufacturer pay for the consumer’s hourly attorney’s fees on a winning claim. This makes the law economically feasible for those who would otherwise not be in a position to hire an attorney. If you believe you have a lemon on your hands, call for a FREE case evaluation. You can reach out to us via email or telephone.
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