That being true, every consumer should take time to know as much about
their vehicle as possible: Not just how it works, or how to maintain it,
the consumer needs to know the law as it pertains to their vehicle(s).
This includes the Lemon Law, both state and federal. The
California Lemon Law (in California, the Song Beverly Consumer Protection Act) would never
have been created unless there was a serious need.
Considering the amount of misery doled out by manufacturers and dealers
to car owners when their cars have persistent defects, it is astonishing
that individuals continue to show loyalty to the brand. It is amazing
that they keep trying to work with the dealership long after the dealership
and manufacturer should have replaced their lemon vehicles without being
compelled to do so.
In this Blog we want to talk about everything California Lemon Law related.
Here is a short list of the possibilities:
What defines a Lemon vehicle in California?
- What is a defect? And what is substantial (regards defects)?
- How does a Lemon get manufactured?
- Finding resources for help with your Lemon car, motor home, boat or motorcycle,
such as NHTSA, Bureau or Automotive Repair and consumer watchdog groups.
- Arbitration: Is it a good thing or a bad thing?
- Lemon Laundering: Is it still going on in California? How does it affect
your lemon vehicle?
The list goes on and on. Please feel free to suggest topics of interest
to you, the reader. There are so many aspects to the California Lemon
Law. We want to know about your concerns and questions.