Tesla Lemon Law Information
Tesla is a silicon valley based electric car and solar panel manufacturer. From the company’s inception they have strived to shape the world of tomorrow with their futuristic designs and technology. In 2018, Tesla’s Model 3 became the best-selling luxury vehicle in the United States across both cars and SUVs. This has certainly established them as one of the elite automakers not only in the United States, but also on a global scale. However, there is always potential for mistakes in the production process. If you purchased a Tesla that has had persistent mechanical issues or defects and Tesla can’t fix it, you may be driving a lemon. If you would like to learn more about your rights regarding your Tesla, call our Lemon Law Experts today!
What’s a “Lemon Vehicle”?Generally, a vehicle can be deemed a lemon if it is under warranty and has maintained persistent issues or defects and the manufacturer hasn’t been able to fix it. It’s important to note that each state has its own set of lemon laws; generally they state that if your vehicle has a substantial impairment to its safety, use, or value, and Tesla cannot repair it in a reasonable number of attempts then you might be driving a lemon. If you suspect that you are driving a Tesla lemon, you will want to get in contact with an experienced lemon law attorney as soon as possible. Upon purchase or lease, Tesla is responsible for upholding the warranty it gave you. For a consultation with a law firm that specializes in California Lemon Law cases, contact the Lemon Law Experts today!
Common Tesla Complaints
- Doors slamming shut
- Doors unexpectedly opening
- Dangerous autopilot maneuvers
- Touch screen freezing
- Auto park issues