You’ll find everything you need to know about Florida’s Leman Laws here in our comprehensive online Lemon Law Resource Center
The Florida state statues applying to “Lemon Laws” only covers vehicles that were purchased or long term leased as new or “demonstrators”. Dealers selling and/or leasing vehicles in Florida are required by law to give out the “Consumer Guide to the Florida Lemon Law” to each customer. Inside that guide is information on the rights of consumers, steps on how to resolve issues, a toll free number for the Lemon Law Hotline and forms consumers can utilize for informing auto manufacturers of continual defects and time spent in auto repair shops.
If you would like a copy of the “Consumer Guide to the Florida Lemon Law”, and are located in Florida, you can call the Florida Lemon Law Hotline toll free at 1-800-321-5366. Outside of Florida call 1-850-488-2221. According to the Florida Attorney General’s website, these phone lines are available between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 a.m., Eastern Time.
For specific data, including time limits and steps to take to pursue lemon law claims, visit the Florida Attorney General’s website here.
Lemon Law coverage can be different for recreation vehicles. For RV Lemon Law information, click here.
Please Note: We’ve provided this information as a general guideline and it isn’t intended to replace specific legal advice. We recommend hiring a competent, experienced attorney for that. Additionally, the information contained in these pages is for motor vehicles purchased on or after October 1, 1997. We’ve compiled the information contained in these pages based on data from the Florida Attorney General’s website at myfloridalegal.com.
Florida Lemon Law Links
Florida Lemon Law
Florida Lemon Law – Statutes
Is my vehicle covered
How the Florida Lemon Law Works
Florida Lemon Law Remedy Calculation Guideline
Florida Recreation Vehicle Lemon Law
Motor Vehicle Defect Notification Form