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How To Tell Whether Your New Motorhome Is a Lemon

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  October 18, 2021
  Motorhomes

Purchasing a motorhome is often the start of exciting new adventures for you and your family. However, nothing can put a damper on your next road trip like a recurring problem that impacts your safety or the functionality of your motorhome. If you are ever in this situation, please know that you may have legal...read more

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How to Avoid Voiding Your Vehicle’s Warranty

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  October 15, 2021
  Lemon Law, Warranties

What Are Car Warranties? Generally speaking, when you purchase a new vehicle from a dealer, the car will come with a warranty from the manufacturer. These warranties last for a set number of years and/or miles. A common base for new car warranties is three years and 36,000 miles, whichever comes first. Some dealerships also offer extended...read more

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GM/Chevrolet Is Not Repairing Dangerous Bolt EV

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  October 11, 2021
  General Motors, Recalls

Across the nation, at least 16 Bolt EV electric cars are confirmed to have caught fire. The car has been recalled, and GM has released instructions for owners. For now, they are asking that you park the car outdoors, reducing the risk of flames damaging the home. Owners should also charge outdoors, if possible. When charging, keep the...read more

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Why You Should Always Buy a New or Used Car With a Warranty

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  October 7, 2021
  Warranties

There are several things you may consider when purchasing a vehicle, whether it’s a new or used one: overall look, gas mileage, repair costs, vehicle history, car insurance costs, internal features, your budget, and whether the vehicle fits your specific needs. One aspect that you should never overlook, however, is the importance of purchasing a...read more

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Lemon Law Horror Stories: Don’t Let This Happen to You

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  October 4, 2021
  Lemon Law

Buying or leasing a new vehicle is exciting. You are probably looking forward to enjoying all the latest comfort and safety features. Don’t forget that new car smell. Few things are as exciting as driving off the lot with your new car. One of the most frustrating things that can happen is discovering that your...read more

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How Often Should I Check for Recalls on My Vehicle?

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  September 15, 2021
  Lemon Law, Recalls

How Do Vehicle Recalls Work? When a vehicle has a defect that affects the vehicle’s safety or when the vehicle fails to meet minimum safety standards, manufacturers are required to repair, replace, or repurchase the vehicle back from the consumers. When a manufacturer or the NHTSA determines that there is a problem that affects a...read more

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Faulty Airbags and Your Consumer Rights Under Lemon Laws

By Norman Taylor & Associates

Airbags are some of the most important safety features in modern vehicles. They provide crucial protection by inflating and cushioning a vehicle occupant in the event of a car crash, ultimately reducing the risk of severe injury or death in an accident. According to statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), front airbags reduce driver...read more

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Lawsuit Filed Over Chevy Bolt EV Blind Spot Monitoring Issues

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  September 9, 2021
  Chevrolet

Chevy is one of the latest vehicle manufacturers facing a class action lawsuit, which alleges that certain vehicles have faulty blind spot monitors on the passenger side that activate warning lights when there is nothing present in the blind spots. The Blind Spot Monitoring safety system issues allegedly impact 2018-2020 Chevy Bolt EV vehicles. Safety...read more

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Which Manufacturers Have the Most Recalls?

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  September 1, 2021
  Recalls

Why Vehicle Recalls Are Important No one wants to deal with a vehicle recall, but they are often necessary. When a manufacturer discovers an ongoing problem or defect with a vehicle part (including software), they will issue a recall and notify owners to repair or replace the part. Recalls can range from typos on informational...read more

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Can Squeaky Brakes Warrant a Lemon Law Claim?

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  August 13, 2021
  Lemon Law

Nothing can be more distracting than when you’re heading to work and your car brakes start squeaking. The brakes in your vehicle are one its most essential components, so noises coming from these auto parts can indicate a more serious problem that could impact your safety. The good news is that squeaky brakes or any...read more

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Do Dealers Have to Disclose a Lemon Before Re-selling?

By Norman Taylor & Associates
 
  Lemon Law

Can A Dealership Sell You a Former Lemon? Yes, under California law, vehicles that were re-purchased by the dealer as lemons can be re-sold to consumers. These vehicles are typically referred to as Lemon Law buybacks or warranty returns, and there are rules regarding how the dealer goes about re-selling them. Below we review the...read more

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Ford and Lincoln Recall Thousands of Vehicles in July

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  July 27, 2021
  Auto Recalls, Ford, Lincoln

Ford and Lincoln announced three (3) recalls on July 16, 2021. Yahoo has general information about the batch of summer recalls, which affect hundreds of thousands of cars, trucks, and SUVs. For more specific information about each recall, you can contact the vehicle manufacturer. Ford Recalls More Than 700,000 Explorers Ford has issued the recall of 774,696...read more

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