Taking to the road in a new or used car can be a rewarding experience. However, if you’ve encountered reoccurring problems with your vehicle in Arizona, you may have a lemon.
The lemon law in Arizona states that if a new motor vehicle does not adhere to the terms of the express warranty, a consumer... Read More
No one ever expects the vehicle they purchase to be a lemon. In the state of Nevada, a vehicle is considered a lemon if four or more repair attempts have been made and the vehicle’s problem still remains or the vehicle is out of service for repairs for 30 days or more while the manufacturer’s... Read More
Lemon laws protect consumers’ rights throughout the United States in the event that a vehicle contains irreparable defects. While some fundamental aspects of the lemon law are the same, lemon laws vary depending on the state. In Oregon, for instance, the Oregon Department of Justice notes that... Read More
While it may be tempting to purchase the first used car that you see, especially if the price is right, there are a few issues relating to a vehicle’s history that you may want to check first. The Seattle Medium recently reported that a car dealer in Washington failed to provide used car buyers... Read More
When an auto maker discovers a manufacturing defect affecting a number of their vehicles, it is their responsibility to take the necessary steps to ensure that the defect is corrected and that owners of the affected vehicles are notified. Recalls are often a last resort, as these can not only cost... Read More
It can be a frustrating and intimidating experience as a consumer when you buy a new or used motorcycle in California only to find out that the motorcycle has considerable flaws. Owners of defective or under-performing motorcycles may be protected by the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act if the... Read More
A body shop owner and the shop’s manager have been arrested for their role in a series of alleged car repair frauds in California. This article said that according to California insurance commissioner Steve Poizner, the two men arrested on July 1, 2009, were charged with multiple counts of auto... Read More
Ford Motor Co. is recalling more than 650,000 F-150 and Lincoln Mark LT pickup trucks because of a defective power brake assist hose, according to an article on Consumeraffairs.com . This recall covers 2005 and 2006 model trucks with the 5.4-liter engine. These vehicles are reportedly equipped with... Read More
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