Lemon Law Resources


Use our Lemon Law Resources to discover more about your state’s Lemon Law

Image Lemon law resourcesIs your car a lemon? You may think so, however, your state law may say otherwise. Each state has its own unique definition of what is and what isn’t
a lemon. Discover if your car qualifies as a lemon under the specific Lemon Laws of your state. We also have information about the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act
which makes failing to honor vehicle warranties a federal crime. If your car doesn’t meet the criteria to be declared a “lemon” in your own
state, it may still meet the definition for the Federal lemon law.

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Additional Lemon Law Resources

Keep a Vehicle Repair Log

Federal Lemon Law – Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act

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1 Response

  1. chris biggs says:

    I bought a truck from a guy about 4 hours from my location and was waiting on a transporter to pick it up and when I receive the truck the guy had taken parts off of the truck. Wheels and tires,brush guard, stereo system etc.

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