• Driving a Toyota or Lexus? It May Need its Engine Replaced

      If you recently purchased a brand-new Lexus or Toyota, you may be driving a vehicle that could overheat, stall, or catch fire at any moment, placing your safety at grave risk. So far, more than 44,000 ...

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    • Car of the Month - Nissan Sentra CVT Transmission Failures Continue

      Are you the owner of a Nissan Sentra between the model years 2013-2017? If you’ve noticed shaking, jerking and have constant issues with the CVT transmission, you should be aware of the Nissan Sentra ...

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    • 5 Engines Consumers Should Avoid

      Despite nearly 150 years of research, development, and refinement, modern engines still function based on the principle of using a reciprocating piston to extract power from a controlled explosion. ...

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    • California Lemon Law and Frame Damage

      As a California Lemon Law firm we become aware of frame damage usually with used vehicles. Most people opt for used vehicles either to save money or due to negative or non-existent credit. For those ...

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    • Options for Those Who Purchase Cars that Continuously Break

      It happens more often than you think. Someone buys a new or used car, and it breaks down within a few weeks. They take it into the shop, are told it’s repaired, but the car breaks down again the next ...

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    • Consider Buying a Used Car with a Warranty

      Imagine you buy a used car at your local dealership. After a long afternoon of signing paperwork, you drive off with your latest purchase. Only a few weeks later, the engine fails and leaves you ...

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    • Manufacturer Defect vs. Owner Negligence

      One minute, your car is running better than ever; the next, you're sitting on the shoulder waiting for roadside assistance. When you finally get your vehicle in the shop, you find out that a vital ...

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    • Motor Home Quality: Why is it so poor?

      I was talking with a motor home client the other day. He said, “if you are going to purchase a motor home, you better be handy at fixing things.” This bothered me for a couple reasons. My first ...

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    • Emissions Scandals

      You’ve heard the saying “any press is good press,” but Volkswagen’s reputation has taken severe beatings from the media over the years, and rightfully so. Their goal to become the world’s largest ...

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    • Ford Issues 3 Recalls Due to Crash Concerns

      Ford Motor Co. is recalling approximately 1.5 million Ford and Lincoln vehicles in the United States and Canada due to three separate issues which cause significant safety concerns. The recall ...

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    • Attorney Norman Taylor Selected as a California Super Lawyer Again

      Norman Taylor & Associates, A Professional Law Corporation is proud to announce that attorney Norman Taylor has been selected as part of California Super Lawyers® for the third consecutive year. Each ...

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    • What If My Car is Recalled During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

      When the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) or an automotive manufacturer issues a recall , it means an automobile has a serious problem that poses a safety risk to consumers and ...

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    • Driving a Toyota or Lexus? It May Need its Engine Replaced

      If you recently purchased a brand-new Lexus or Toyota, you may be driving a vehicle that could overheat, stall, or catch fire at any moment, placing your safety at grave risk. So far, more than 44,000 ...

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    • Toyota & Lexus Recall Nearly 700K Vehicles for Faulty Fuel Pump

      One of the most dangerous issues that a driver can face is having their vehicle stall while it’s in motion, especially while the person is driving on one of Southern California’s busy freeways. ...

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    • What Do I Need to Know When Buying an Electric Vehicle?

      Alternative-fuel vehicles are nothing new. Consider the Toyota Prius, which was one of the first electric crossover cars to gain popularity and is still beloved decades later. Though more recently, we ...

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    • The Rise of the Electric Vehicle

      With big companies like Amazon and UPS placing huge orders for electric delivery trucks and the technological giant, Tesla, debuting its own version of electric-powered fleets, it’s no wonder that the ...

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    • Is Tesla Quality Control Going to Lead to More Lemons?

      Although Tesla is still ranking as one of the most innovative tech car companies in the U.S, consumer reports continue to give its high tech vehicles luke-warm reviews. Consumers also have many ...

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    • Car of the Month - Chrysler Recalls 2019-2020 Dodge Ram 1500 Trucks

      When you purchase or lease a new vehicle, you expect all components to be in safe, working order. Unfortunately, many vehicles leave the production line with defects that can pose a severe safety risk ...

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    • Are Tech Cars More Prone to Recurring Issues?

      We’ve come a long way when it comes to safety car features. From airbags to antilock breaks, more features can help drivers avoid accidents. However, with the competition for manufacturers to build ...

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    • Manufacturer vs. Dealership; Who is Responsible Under Lemon Law?

      A vehicle is one of the biggest purchases you can make, so you expect it to work and to get fair value for what you pay for. However, if your vehicle turns out to be a lemon after driving it off the ...

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