Posted by Bouvier Addie on Saturday, 7 September, 2019 11:18:27
Lemon Law. The California Lemon Law covers new and used vehicles sold or leased in California that come with the manufacturer's new vehicle warranty. If the manufacturer or dealer can't repair a serious warranty defect in your vehicle after a "reasonable" number of repair attempts, the manufacturer must either replace the vehicle,
In California, the state where the automobile reigns supreme, it is only fitting that the California Lemon Law be one of the most feared (by manufacturers) and therefore, most effective lemon laws in the country.
California's Lemon Law requires vehicle manufacturers to repair vehicles under warranty within a reasonable number of repair attempts. If they are unable to do so, the law requires them to either replace or repurchase the "lemon" vehicle.. What constitutes a "reasonable number of attempts" can vary, depending on the defect and the circumstances involved.
Am I Protected Under the Lemon Law? We hear this one a lot, as you might imagine. If you're wondering whether or not you have a case under the Lemon Law, Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® makes it easy to find out where you stand.
California consumers with lemon vehicles may be protected under either the California Lemon Law, the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act (the federal lemon law), or both. Remedies may include refund or replacement plus double damages, or cash compensation such as diminished value and/or incidental and consequential damages.
California Lemon Law FAQs. When does a vehicle qualify under the California Lemon Law? Generally, a vehicle qualifies under the California Lemon Law when the vehicle has a defect which the dealerships have been unable to repair. For the law to apply, the dealerships must be given a reasonable number of opportunities to repair the vehicle within the warranty period.