Blog Posts in November, 2009

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  • California Lemon Law Highlighted by Toyota Tundra Issue
    California Lemon Law Highlighted by Toyota Tundra Issue

    According to a recent article in Automotive News, Toyota Motor Corporation must submit information to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in response to complaints about rusted ...

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  • What Isn't the Lemon Law Presumption?
    What Isn't the Lemon Law Presumption?

    Many people mistakenly believe that in order to qualify for the California lemon law your vehicle must be in the shop a pre-requisite number of times within a certain mileage period . This is simply ...

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  • Beware the Laundered Lemon
    Beware the Laundered Lemon

    The owners of the former Chuck Van Horn Dodge dealership in St. Nazianz, Wisconsin recently had to pay $93,600 in compensation to people who unknowingly bought "manufacturer buyback" vehicles there. ...

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  • Lemon Law and Customer Relations
    Lemon Law and Customer Relations

    Part of the lemon car experience is the number of people you get the chance to meet. If you are like most people, as your repair record gets longer and longer and you become increasingly frustrated ...

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  • You Have a Choice of Refund or Replacement
    You Have a Choice of Refund or Replacement

    The state of Oklahoma has just passed new, stronger legislation in support of their state lemon laws. Among other things, the bill gives consumers the choice of a refund or replacement of a defective ...

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  • How Reliable Is Your Car?
    How Reliable Is Your Car?

    “Reliability” is one of the most important qualities in a car. We depend on them to get us to work, get the kids to their various activities, shopping and many, many other aspects of our daily lives. ...

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