If My Car Is Determined To Be A Lemon What Do I Get?
- Revocation of acceptance and refund of the purchase price, including, but not limited to, sales tax, license and registration fees, and other reasonable expenses incurred for the purchase of the new motor vehicle, or if there be no such revocation of acceptance, damages for diminished value of the motor vehicle;
- Damages for the cost of repairs reasonably required to conform the motor vehicle to the express warranty;
- Damages for the loss of use, annoyance or inconvenience resulting from the nonconformity, including, but not limited to, reasonable expenses incurred for replacement transportation during any period when the vehicle is out of service by reason of the nonconformity or by reason of repair, and
- Reasonable attorney fees.
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.
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- What Is Considered A Reasonable Number Of Attempts?
- Is The Manufacturer Required To Inform Consumers Of Their Rights Under The Lemon Law?
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- Where Can I Get More Information About The Lemon Law?