I Think I Have A Lemon, What Do I Do?
- You must notify the manufacturer in writing; and
- The manufacturer must, at its own expense:
- Service the vehicle where it is located;
- Pick up the vehicle for servicing; or
- Arrange for someone else to pick up the vehicle and repair it.
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