What's a Lemon Law?
Lemon Laws are state and federal laws that compel carmakers or dealers to refund your money or provide a replacement vehicle. In New York , Massachusetts and Connecticut , the manufacturer must make good on any vehicle that qualifies as a "lemon."
What are your options?
Every year U.S. automakers buy back more than 75,000 cars, trucks and vans- and that's not counting motorcycles, RV's, and mobile homes. These are "lemons" - vehicles with some sort of manufacturing defect that cannot be fixed by the dealer. But the only way to make sure that you turn your lemon into a new or repaired car is to call Lemberg & Associates at 1-877-77-LEMON right
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Last updated December 1, 2006
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