District of Columbia (DC) Lemon Law Statutes

Title 45, Chapter 45, Trade And Commerce, Trade Practices 45.45.300 Repairs required. § 50-501 Definitions For the purposes of this chapter, the term: (1) “Board” means the Board of Consumer Claims Arbitration for the District of Columbia established by § 50-503. (2) “Consumer” means the purchaser, other than for purposes of resale, of a motor … Read more

Delaware Lemon Law – Statutes and Rules

Delaware consumers who think their new car is a lemon have certain rights and protections under the state’s lemon law. Find out if your car qualifies and what you’re entitled to if it is. The Delaware Lemon Law covers: Passenger motor vehicle, except motorcycles, which is leased or bought in Delaware or registered by the … Read more

Connecticut Lemon Law – New Motor Vehicle Warranties

Connecticut consumers purchasing vehicles requiring significant repairs within the first two years or 18,000 miles of operation may be protected by the Connecticut Lemon Law. Connecticut Lemon Law covers: Vehicles purchased, titled or leased in Connecticut, provided they are less than two years old and have 18,000 miles or less on the odometer. Vehicles purchased … Read more

Colorado Lemon Law – Motor Vehicle Warranties

Colorado residents that have purchased new vehicles, may be covered by Colorado’s Lemon Law if a defect cannot be repaired after four attempts or the vehicle is out of service for a cumulative total of 30 or more business days. The Colorado Lemon Law covers: New, self-propelled vehicles, including pickups and vans purchased within one … Read more

Arizona Lemon Law – New and Used Motor Vehicles

Arizona’s Lemon Law provides protection to consumers purchasing either new or used cars that meet certain criteria. Find out of your car is cover under Arizona’s Lemon Law. The Arizona State Attorney General’s website has all information you would want to know about the Lemon Law in Arizona. Their site is complete and easy to … Read more