A consumer or lessee of a car or truck or other type of vehicle that is purchased or leased with a warranty, enjoys many protections from both state and federal regulations in the event the vehicle does not perform as it should per the warranty. Warranty laws are generally complicated and is difficult to explain in a brief space. The information herein quickly demonstrate the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act and what’s generally referred to as “Lemon Law.”
CA Lemon Law and the federal Lemon Law (the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act) give damages for State customers of flawed vehicles and vans and also other vehicles and products including motor bikes, recreational vehicles, motorboats, computers and other individual appliances and goods. To become eligible under the State Lemon Law and the federal Lemon Law, you need to have an item that endured numerous service attempts under the manufacturer’s factory warranty. Lemon Law damages include reimbursement, replacement unit or cash compensation.
California’s Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, commonly referred to as the California Lemon Law, was enacted in order to provide relief to purchasers from problematic consumer vehicles and other consumer goods. Commonly, the California Lemon Law pertains to cars, trucks and other vehicles when the authorized service providers and dealerships are not able to repair the consumer good during the warranty period after being given an acceptable number of repair opportunities. For eligible claims involving car, trucks and other vehicles and consumer goods, the manufacturer should give the consumer his or her money back, pay down the remaining loan or substitute the consumer good with one that is substantially similar.
The California Lemon Law also mandates that the manufacturer provide for the consumer’s attorney’s fees and costs, if the consumer is deemed the prevailing party. This makes the law financially feasible for those who would otherwise not be capable to retain a law firm.
- Land Rover LR2
- Land Rover LR4
- Land Rover Range Rover
- Land Rover Range Rover Sport
Do you own a Land Rover between the following years:
Is your Land Rover a lemon? If you believe it is and might have a claim under the state’s lemon law rights then you need to pick up the phone and call us at (877) 885-5366.