Do You Have A Lemon

People go into the car dealership saying they want a reliable car that’s going to last. When you buy or lease a vehicle, the manufacturer or representative must repair a serious warranty defect in your vehicle. If your car has been in the shop for repairs several times for the same problem, or has been in the shop for many days since you bought or leased it, you may have a claim under California’s Lemon Law. 

Your Lemon Law Rights

If you’re one of the unfortunate who has purchased a defective vehicle in California, you may be entitled to compensation, supported by the California Lemon Law.

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This page has been written, edited, and reviewed by a team of legal writers following our comprehensive editorial guidelines. This page was approved by attorney Valerie G. Fernandez Campbell, personally handled over 500 lemon law cases and settlements.

Determining if your Vehicle is a Lemon

Here how you know
  • Is your vehicle 2017
    or Newer?
  • Have you had multiple
    repair attempts?
  • Did the problem start
    in the first 60,000 miles?

If you answered yes
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