How Many Chances Does The Manufacturer Or New Motor Vehicle Dealer Have To Repair The Problem?
- The new motor vehicle has been subject to repair a total of 4 or more times within 2 years of the date of the first attempt to repair the defect or condition; or,
- The new motor vehicle is out of service because of repairs for a total of 30 or more days.
The information on this page is meant to provide a general overview of the law. The laws in your state and/or city may deviate significantly from those described here. If you have specific questions related to your situation you should speak with a local attorney.
Additional Lemon Law Articles
- What Vehicles Are Covered Under The Lemon Law?
- Must The Buyer Or Lessee Attempt To Repair The Same Defect Or Condition Within A Certain Period Of Time?
- Does The Buyer Or Lessee Have The Option Of Requesting A Refund Or Replacement Vehicle?
- I Think I Have A Defective Motor Vehicle. What Do I Do Now?
- After My Last Chance Letter, How Long Does The Manufacturer Have To Repair My Vehicle?
- Must The Buyer Or Lessee Resort To The Manufacturer's Arbitration Procedure Before Filing A Claim In The Court System To Pursue
- If I Go Through Mediation, Is The Decision Binding On Me?
- If I Decide To Sue The Manufacturer, When Must The Lawsuit Be Started?
- If I Win In Court, Can Attorney Fees Also Be Recovered?
- If I Want A Refund, What Is Included In The Purchase Or Lease Price?
- Can The Manufacturer Deduct An Amount For The Use Of The Vehicle Prior To Its Return?
- If The Buyer Or Lessee Does Not Meet The Lemon Law Requirements, Do They Have Any Other Remedies Under State And Federal Law?
- Can The Manufacturer Or Dealer Cause Buyers To Waive Their Rights Under The Lemon Law By Use Of A Contract Clause:
- Where Can I Get More Information About The Lemon Law?