Typically, the Lemon Laws will vary somewhat from state to state. What one state identifies as a “lemon” is not necessarily the same as in a different state. However, there is not much wiggle room around the definition of a lemon vehicle, so the information is similar, more or less, state to state. Some things that will differ for Lemon Laws in each state include whether used vehicles will have Lemon Law protections versus only new vehicles. Leased vehicles may or may not be covered depending on the state. Additionally, some states’ Lemon Law will only cover personal vehicles and not business vehicles or any recreational vehicles. Therefore, it is very important to understand what the Lemon Law is in your state in order to know if your vehicle will qualify for lemon law protection. There are other requirements that consumers need to be aware of that also vary by state, such as the number of repair attempts to fix the same issue and the number of days the vehicle is rendered unusable.
If your vehicle does qualify for lemon law protection in your state, then you may be entitled to a refund or replacement vehicle. Keep in mind that not every problem with your vehicle will be covered by the lemon law. Typically issues related to tires and/or brakes are not covered.
If you own or lease a vehicle and suspect that it is a lemon, you may have a Lemon Law case. The best thing to do is contact the Lemon Law Experts of Consumer Law Experts today for a free case consultation at 1-877-885-5366. The Lemon Law Experts are standing by to provide you with a fast and free case evaluation. Call us today.