The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Forest River Recreational Vehicles have recalled 9,526 vehicles from the model year 2013 - 2014 due to a design defect in the power awning motor assembly that can cause the motor assembly screws to shear. The shearing of the screws may... Read More
As much as we’d like to deny it, vehicles are not perfect. However, any imperfection, or defect, that poses potential harm is a problem that the auto manufacturer is responsible for fixing under the vehicle’s warranty. In the most extreme of cases, a vehicle recall may be announced to help promote... Read More
A recent Fox Business article reported that over 2.5 million motor vehicles are totaled each year, with about 1.5 million of those vehicles repaired and put back on the road. It is estimated that vehicles that have a salvage-title are worth about 50 percent of its Kelly Blue Book value.... Read More
For those living in Kentucky, dealing with a defective motor vehicle can affect all aspects of daily life. To deal with these problems, the state has its own lemon law found in Kentucky Revised Statutes 367.841 to 367.844. While these laws provide protection for consumers similar to other states,... Read More
A vehicle is considered to be a lemon law buyback vehicle by the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) if it has been reacquired by the vehicle’s manufacturer due to a warranty defect.
After the vehicle is reacquired by the manufacturer, there are several things they must do before the... Read More
WIVB News reports that two men from Niagara County were charged recently for their alleged involvement in a car dealership scam in Pendleton, New York. The men were allegedly selling customers fake extended warranties for their motor vehicles.
According to the article, the two men were charged by... Read More
The Battle Creek Enquirer reports that an auto repair shop located in Battle Creek, Michigan, is currently under investigation by city, state, and federal investigators for potentially committing car repair fraud.
Boxes of paper records as well as business computers were seized after a search... Read More
As the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) works to improve the safety of drivers across the country, we are seeing more vehicle recalls than ever before. These recalls are initiated in order to repair defects found in large numbers of vehicles that create serious safety hazards... Read More
Being aware of the varying lemon laws across all 50 states can come in handy for a consumer, no matter where they go. In Arkansas, the lemon law can be found under the “Arkansas New Motor Vehicle Quality Assurance Act.”
Like the majority of state laws, vehicles in Arkansas can qualify as a lemon if... Read More
Have you recently purchased a new or used motorcycle and discovered significant defects in performance, safety, or usefulness? If so, you may be able to pursue legal claims under the Song Beverly Consumer Warranty Act or more commonly known as the California Lemon Law. To make a viable claim under... Read More
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