See if you have a case… California Lemon Law covers new and used vehicles sold or leased in California that come with a warranty. If the manufacturer or dealer can’t repair your vehicle after a reasonable number of repair attempts, the manufacturer may be required either to replace the vehicle or refund its purchase price (whichever you prefer). The lemon law also covers motor homes, small business vehicles, motorcycles, RVs, travel trailers, boats, computers and many other consumer products.
You tried to get your car fixed more than once without success. Either the problem has not been fixed despite your efforts or you were told that no problem could be found and sent on your way. You know there is a problem. You continue to experience those problems. You need reliable transportation for work and family but you have lost confidence in your car. Don’t spend another minute trying to work things out by yourself.
Now is the time to contact AV Lemon Law. Please call today or take a moment to submit the “Is it a lemon” form at avlemonlaw.com, and an experienced attorney will personally review your problem and quickly respond to you at no charge.
California Lemon Law
California’s lemon law was enacted by the California Legislature in 1970. It imposes rules and requirements designed to ensure that manufacturers and retailers honor the warranties that accompany the consumer products they sell.
Motorcycle Lemon Law
If you have been dealing with repeated warranty repairs after a motorcycle purchase, know your rights under the law – the bike’s manufacturer may owe you a motorcycle reimbursement or replacement.
Recreational Vehicles (RVs)
Have you purchased a defective recreational vehicle? If so, you’re not alone. Each year, thousands of consumers purchase RVs that are considered to be defective and they are covered under the lemon law in CA just like other types of vehicles.
$50+ Appliance Lemon Law
If you have purchased a product for household or personal use that comes with a warranty and have had trouble getting it fixed or replaced under the warranty, we may be able to help you. We would love to look at your product, the packaging, and the warranty to see if we can help you. More >
Are you unhappy with the terms of your contract with your solar panel provider? If so, please give us a call. California law has strict requirements for the contents of a solar panel lease or purchase contract, and the providers often fail to follow the law. More >
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