Lemon Law Alert: Toyota Motor Sales Recalling Toyota and Lexus SUVs That Can Lose Power or Stop Running Completely

Toyota Motor Sales, the manufacturer of both Toyota and Lexus vehicles, announced the recall of over 82,000 hybrid sport utility vehicles (SUVs). These vehicles include over 45,000 Toyota Highlander SUVs and almost 37,000 Lexus RX 400h SUVS. This recall is to attempt to fix an electronic problem which causes the vehicles to lose power while driving or even quit completely […]

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Lemon Law Alert! GM Recalls Best-Selling Car. Cadillac CTS Recalled for Vehicle Handling Problems.

General Motors recently announced a recall of one of its best-selling model vehicles, the Cadillac CTS. The recall affects approximately 50,000 Cadillac CTS sedans for a defect that can cause a rear wheel to become unstable thereby making it hard for drivers to steer. The recall affects the model years 2009 and 2010 Cadillac CTS vehicles. GM announced that the […]

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Used Car Law

If a vehicle has been unsuccessfully repaired four or more times for the same problem within the warranty time, and this problem seriously devalues the vehicle or interferes with its use, the vehicle is classified as a “lemon”. The lemon law varies from state to state, so check with the specific laws and statutes for your state if you think […]

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Lemon Law in California

Any person who buys a car receives particular rights which are covered under state and federal laws. The law lays out terms which will allow the purchaser to receive reimbursement for significant defects which constantly happen and are not fixed within a fair number of efforts, in the cases when a car does not perform up to standard expectations and […]

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Understanding Car Recalls

With the purchase of an automobile, you have the expectation that it will comply with various performance and safety criteria. However, given that there are in excess of 200 million cars currently traveling the highways, it is not surprising that there will be problems.  This is the reason that consumers have protection under the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety […]

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