NEBRASKA Lemon Law:
Neb. Rev. Stat. §§ 60-2701 to 60-2709
Vehicles covered: Vehicles, as defined in Neb. Rev. Stat. § 60-
1401.02(7), sold in-state; excludes self-propelled mobile homes
(§ 60-2701(2)). No reference to leased vehicles.
Persons covered: Purchasers, transferees during express warranty
period, or any person entitled to enforce the warranty (§ 60-
Period covered: Whichever comes first: expiry of term of express
warranty or one year from date of delivery (§ 60-2702).
Disclosure requirements: None for manufacturers.
Required consumer notice: Certified mail to the manufacturer from
or on behalf of the consumer (§ 60-2704).
Repair requirements: It is presumed that a reasonable number of
attempts have been made if the same nonconformity is subjected to
four or more repairs, or the vehicle is out of service for a cumulative
total of forty or more days; opportunity to cure after receipt
of consumer notice (§ 60-2704).
Affırmative defenses: The nonconformity does not substantially
impair the use and market value of the vehicle, or is the result of
the consumer’s abuse, neglect, or unauthorized modifications or
alterations (§ 60-2703); statute of limitations (§ 60-2706).
Replace/refund: The manufacturer shall replace with a comparable
vehicle, or refund the full purchase price less a reasonable use
allowance (§ 60-2703).
Other reimbursement: Taxes, fees and charges (§ 60-2703). Attorney
fees (§ 60-2707).
Other remedies: There is no limit on other consumer remedies
Informal dispute resolution: For remedies under this section a
consumer must first use an informal dispute settlement procedure
established by the manufacturer, provided the procedure complies
with 16 C.F.R. pt. 703 (§ 60-2705).
Resale of lemon: Title must be branded ‘‘manufacturer buyback’’
(Neb. Rev. Stat. §§ 60-129, 60-130).