How Do I Qualify For Arbitration Under The Lemon Law?
- the manufacturer or its representative has made at least three unsuccessful attempts to fix the motor vehicle; or
- the motor vehicle has been out of service for 30 or more business days (cumulative) due to defects or nonconformities covered by the warranty. NOTE: In some cases involving extensive or dangerous defects, the MVAB may decide to hear a case with fewer repair attempts or days out of service.
New Hampshire`s Lemon Law (RSA 357D) requires that manufacturers of new motor vehicles provide purchasers with a notice of their rights to arbitration under New Hampshire law, including a demand for arbitration form. Furthermore, New Hampshire dealerships are required to post a notice of consumer rights under this statute in all new car showrooms.
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 Is The Lemon Law And How Does It Work?
- What Vehicles Are Covered Under The Lemon Law?
- Under What Conditions Is A Vehicle Considered A Lemon?
- How Does The Manufacturers' Warranty Factor Into The Lemon Law Equation?
- Who Can I Contact If I Have A Problem?