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is the car a lemon
The word lemon can be a noun and an adjective. The word car is a noun.
No, lemon juice is not combustible.
Car Lemon has a lemon law guide that includes state lemon law statues. It also gives tips and answers frequently asked questions about lemon laws. Go to your state Department of Transportation for reliable information about lemon laws. Your state DOT will provide the info you need to figure out if your car is legally designated as a lemon.
The Lemon Car law in Florida applies to new cars and it covers any defects that can affect the operation of a car. Any such defect must be reported with 2 years after purchase to be covered by the Lemon Car law.
The car lemon law was put into effect in order to help protect consumers. Lemon laws exist so that a car dealership may not knowingly sell a car to a consumer that has known issues without first telling the customer about them.
A car referred to as a "lemon" is a car that has severe production flaws from the manufacturer. In other words, it is delivered to the customer with clear problems that should not be there. "Lemons" often have manufacturing errors that are either very expensive to correct, or almost impossible to correct mechanically.
Car lemon law in california provides compensation to California consumers of defective automobiles and trucks.
If the car is already registered as a lemon, you go after the seller. (as long as they were aware of this) as in a dealership. If the car has not been registered as a lemon yet, you after the manufacturer. And there are Atorneys that take these cases with no monies to be paid until the case settles.
No, the lemon law is not for used cars. It is for a new car you bought that is a lemon and a car that the dealer is unable to repair. Check with you state Attorney General for the details of your states lemon law.
A lemon car is describes as being a vehicle with a number of flaws and defects discovered after one purchases it. Any vehicle with a number of issues and defects can be considered a lemon.
The PA Lemon Laws cover new car purchases but not used car purchases, although there are national lemon laws and consumer protection laws that do cover used car purchases in Pennsylvania. The full Pennsylvania Lemon Laws are too long to list here, but info can be found in the related links below.
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The California car lemon law offers consumers protection against buying a faulty used car.
A "lemon car" refers to a new vehicle that has numerous faults and defects, usually discovered after the car has been sold. The term "lemon car" is a British/American slang first used by Julian Koenig to refer to a defective Volkswagon back in the 1950's.
The car lemon law in Louisiana is a great law to protect consumers from bad car purchases. There are similar laws in many states.
As great as technology is, and as helpful as it can be, it oftentimes is troublesome if someone receives what is known as a "lemon." What this means is that a product is defective and requires many fixes within a short time frame. The same holds true for automobiles. States hold lemon laws in regard to automotive vehicles. The meaning of a lemon law in reference to a car is when a car is defective, and requires repair at least four times within the warranty period. If this is the case, then an owner has received what is known as a lemon and they should receive a new vehicle.
Car Lemon is a Web site that provides state-by-state information on vehicle lemon laws. It also provides information on manufacturer recalls, finding an attorney for a lemon law-related suit and tips on vehicle maintenance and repair.
1/2 a lemon
A state lemon law is a law created to protect consumers in the instance of purchasing a "lemon" vehicle. This would be a vehicle that is defective. Different states have different laws about what should happen in those instances. For example, the following talks about the lemon law in Arizona and how it works: <a href="http://amazingchild.hubpages.com/hub/az_used_car_lemon_law">AZ Used Car Lemon Law.</a>
There is no such law as a "lemon law" on a used car. Lemon laws only apply to new cars.
If your vehicle is powerful enough, you should be able to drive it. If your vehicle is practically a lemon, it may be safer to rent something to tow your car.
Lemon law? If it is a reputable dealer should have no problem
You do not have a period of time to return a used car in Ohio. You are stuck with your car unless it is a lemon situation on the lemon law. Then you have to proof that the dealer would not work with you to fix the problem.