What to Know About Getting a Replacement for a Lemon Vehicle in California Jul28

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What to Know About Getting a Replacement for a Lemon Vehicle in California

Lemon Laws are designed to protect consumers who have purchased or leased goods or vehicles that are defective. Laws vary by state. If a manufacturer cannot repair a consumer good after a reasonable amount of attempts or a reasonable amount of time, the manufacturer should refund the consumer’s money or replace the defective item.

If you feel that you are dealing with a lemon car or a defective consumer good, you need to understand what laws apply in your state. Learn about California Lemon Law in order to find out if you are entitled to receive a refund or a replacement of a vehicle or consumer good. If it is a vehicle, this means that you should be refunded your down payment, monthly payments, taxes, and registration. You may also be able to receive money back from incidental expenses, like towing costs, attorney fees, and car rentals.

If it is determined that a vehicle replacement is necessary under California Lemon Law in your situation, you should receive a vehicle that is a similar make and model to the one you currently have. It should also be the current year model. The term of your lease or the current loan amount should remain the same and be of the same duration of the original lease or loan. In some cases, Lemon Laws may apply to used vehicles if they are under a warranty.

Learn about the effective and affordable legal representation offered to individuals who are dealing with lemon products at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® by visiting their website.

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