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What Is a Lemon Law Buyback?

If you’ve ever purchased a new or used car, you know the excitement of getting behind the wheel of your new ride. Unfortunately, that feeling can quickly turn to frustration when your vehicle turns out to be a lemon – a car with significant defects impairing its use, value, or safety. But did you more

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How Lemon Laws Came About: A Comprehensive History

When consumers purchase a new or used vehicle, they expect it to be free from defects and operate as promised. However, this hasn’t always been the case. Some unscrupulous vehicle manufacturers took advantage of consumers in the past, leaving them with faulty cars and no recourse. This led to the creation of lemon laws, more

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6 Steps for Preparing Your Lemon Law Claim

Discovering that you may have purchased a lemon can quickly turn the excitement of buying a vehicle sour. Lemon cars, which have unfixable and recurring problems, can be a costly inconvenience and affect the value and safety of your car. While not every troublesome car is a lemon — if you believe you have more

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What Are the Most Common Hyundai Dual-Clutch Transmission Problems?

Hyundai is a brand known for producing cars with advanced technology. One of their most innovative features is the dual-clutch transmission (DCT), which, as the name suggests, uses two clutches to shift gears. Unlike traditional automatic transmissions, DCTs allow users to pre-select gears, providing smoother and faster shifts. However, in recent years, Hyundai has more

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Does Lemon Law Apply to Vehicles Purchased in Other States?

In these tough economic times, buying, insuring, and maintaining a new car can be prohibitive. Consumers try to save money by buying vehicles out of state to avoid the sales tax. However, if you purchase a defective vehicle, your options for recovering compensation are limited. If you’re wondering if lemon law applies to vehicle more

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Honda CRV Class Action Lawsuit over Drained Battery

Everyone wants a vehicle they can count on, and Honda is a brand known for reliability. However, a 2021 class action lawsuit against Honda alleges that the auto manufacturer sold more than two million vehicles with a defect that causes cars to stop while driving, stall, or not turn on.  Do you feel stuck more

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Can Squeaky Brakes Warrant a Lemon Law Claim?

There’s nothing more distracting than when you’re heading to work, and your car’s brakes start squeaking. However, this isn’t an issue you should take lightly. Squeaky brakes can indicate a more severe problem that could affect the safety or use of your vehicle. Find out if squeaky brakes can warrant a lemon law claim more

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Which Cars Catch Fire the Most?

Car fires — we’ve all seen them. Even the smallest of flames will quickly grow, engulfing the vehicle and turning it into a blackened hull on the side of the road. It’s terrifying to witness and unimaginable to experience.  It’s estimated that 19 car fires occur every hour in the United States, accounting for more

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Each year, thousands of vehicles are sold to consumers with pieces or parts that don’t work or function as they should.  While some defects are harmless, others can be extremely hazardous to the vehicle’s passengers and others on the road. Known as “lemons,” these defective vehicles must legally be repaired, replaced, or refunded by more

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Lemon laws exist throughout the country to protect consumers from finding out their brand-new car doesn’t work right.  While lemon laws mainly apply to serious malfunctions that affect the safety or use of the vehicle, sometimes lemon law can apply to a car’s A/C and heater issues.  It’s very easy for a car dealership more

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