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Warning Signs You May Be Buying a Lemon

Purchasing a lemon vehicle will leave you with a headache that needs repairs, all while you are still making payments. Before purchasing a vehicle it’s always a good idea to do some homework before signing on the dotted line and taking the keys. Here are a few tips on how to pick up on more

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Which Cars Catch Fire the Most?

Car fires; we’ve all seen them. Small flames that escalate quickly to engulf the vehicle and turn it into a blackened hull beside the road. It is horrifying to witness and unimaginable to experience. It is estimated that 17 car fires occur each hour in the United States. Electrical and mechanical failures are a more

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GM Recalls More than 88,000 Vehicles for Module Defect

This past June, General Motors issued a recall on approximately 88,000 of its popular GMC Terrain mid-size SUVs due to a major safety defect. The defect could cause the airbags to fail to deploy in the event of an accident, leading to significantly increased risk of serious injury or death. The recall centers around more

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Tips for Filing a California Lemon Law Claim

Are you leasing or purchasing a lemon? If you plan on filing a Lemon Law claim, there are certainly right and wrong ways to go about it. As a California Lemon Law firm, our main objective is to help Californians obtain refunds, cash settlements, or replacements of their defective purchased and leased vehicles under more

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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. Despite the new technology that manufacturers like General Motors and Ford Motor Company use to design their engines, mistakes can still happen. An engine can more

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Why Is Volkswagen Storing Thousands of Cars Around the Country?

By now you’ve probably heard about the gigantic scandal that has besieged German automaker Volkswagen, who own and operate a number of other brands including Audi, Bugatti, and numerous others. In September 2015, the automotive mega-giant admitted to installing software that was designed to cheat emissions tests conducted by the EPA in order for more

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California’s Lemon Law: Not Limited to Vehicles

In the United States, when consumers purchase new products, such as automobiles and motorcycles, they typically come with manufacturers’ warranties, which promise to repair the automobile or motorcycle if something were to go wrong. Sometimes, no matter how many times the repair shop has tried to fix the problem, it’s unable to correct it. more

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Does the Lemon Law Apply to Motorcycles?

Understanding CA’s Lemon Law for Motorcycles Motor vehicle defects are common in the United States, prompting safety recalls, personal injury claims, wrongful death lawsuits and here in California – Lemon Law claims. But what about motorcycles? Can defective motorcycles be subject to Lemon Law claims? Like defective automobiles, motorcycle defects are a common occurrence; more

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5 Worst-Rated Cars in 2017

Buying a new car can be very exciting. From the moment you drive it off the lot, you take in that “new-car smell” and you become enamored. But over time, things start to go wrong and you begin to realize that your dream car was a big mistake. Consumer Reports spends a lot of time more

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