The lemon law was drafted to protect consumers within the state of California from manufacturers of materially defective vehicles, but it also places some requirements on the consumers themselves to bring their defective vehicle in for repairs. To help provide guidance to consumers before they consult with a lawyer, California law contains a detailed legal […]
Should Consumers Listen to Legal Advice About the Lemon Law From a Car Dealer or an Auto Repair Shop?
Consumers should never consider any statements made by a car dealer, or an auto repair technician, to be legitimate and ethical legal advice. Should a consumer believe that they have a valid legal claim under the lemon law, it is important that they consult with an attorney who is fully licensed to practice law in […]
Upon discovering that their vehicle has a problem or defect, many consumers may be irritated with the time and money they will likely be spending at one of their local car shops for auto repairs. Once the consumer’s vehicle has been attended to, or possibly fixed, the consumer will be sent home with a slip […]
The Lemon Law Buybacks: Why Consumers Should Review the Title to Cars Before Completing Their Used Car Purchase
With the downturn in the economy, many consumers stopped buying new cars and began focusing their purchases on used cars instead. While there are many things to consider when buying a used car, consumers should make sure that they carefully review the title to cars they purchase to check for signs that a used car […]
When a consumer decides to lease or buy a car, many will receive a manufacturer’s car warranty with their purchase. With any luck, consumers will have little to no use for their car warranty, but there remains a portion of the population that will lease or buy a car and will require a valid manufacturer […]