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Why You Should Always Buy a Car with a Warranty

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  May 16, 2023
  Warranties

Buying a car is a major investment, and you want to get the best value for your money. While it may be tempting to go with the cheapest option or a used car without a warranty, it could cost you more in the long run. That’s why our experienced California lemon lawyer is here to...read more

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What Are California’s Airbag Warranty Laws?

By Norman Taylor & Associates

Airbags are one of the most important safety features in modern vehicles. They provide protection by inflating and cushioning a vehicle occupant in the event of an accident, ultimately reducing the risk of severe injury or death. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, front airbags reduce driver fatalities by 29% and front-seat passenger...read more

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Hyundai and Kia Recall 570,000 Vehicles Due to Fire Risk

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  May 5, 2023
  Hyundai, Recalls

Hyundai and Kia have issued a recall for 570,000 vehicles due to a potential fire risk.  The issue stems from tow hitch wiring harnesses with modules purchased through Hyundai or other authorized retailers. A circuit board in the module could be susceptible to water, which can cause an electric short and result in fire. Here’s...read more

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Tesla Model S and Model X Suspension Defect Class Action Lawsuit Filed in California

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  March 30, 2023
  News, Tesla

A recent class action lawsuit filed in the Northern District of California alleges Tesla sold Model S and Model X vehicles with a suspension defect. Plaintiffs claim that the Tesla vehicles at issue have one or more defects in their suspension system that cause the “front and rear control arm assembly components to prematurely loosen,...read more

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

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  March 29, 2023
  Hyundai, Lemon Law

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 faced...read more

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Chevrolet Recalls Over 50,000 Vehicles Due to Fire Risk

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  March 27, 2023
  General Motors, Recalls

In August 2021, GM announced a third recall of the Bolt EV, covering over 141,000 vehicles due to a potential fire risk. The company urged owners to park outside and not leave their cars charging overnight.  The recall affects Bolt EV vehicles manufactured between 2017 and 2022 and 2022 Bolt EUV models. According to GM,...read more

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Is Your New Motorhome a Lemon?

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  March 18, 2023
  Motorhomes

Purchasing a motorhome likely means the start of new adventures for you and your family. However, nothing puts a damper on road trips, like recurring problems that affect the safety or functionality of your new RV. If you’re in this situation, know you might have legal grounds to file a lemon law claim for a...read more

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Does Lemon Law Apply to Vehicles Purchased in Other States?

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  March 14, 2023
  Lemon Law

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 purchases...read more

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Mercedes-Benz Recalls 28,000 Vehicles for Risk of Fire

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  February 22, 2023
  Mercedes, Recalls

Mercedes-Benz recalled almost 28,000 vehicles in January 2023 for risk of fire. The German automaker stated that a wiring defect could short-circuit the electrical system, leading to increased fire risk if the ignition is turned off for long periods.  Here’s what you should know: According to Mercedes-Benz, numerous claims tie back to this issue, some...read more

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Honda CRV Class Action Lawsuit over Drained Battery

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  February 21, 2023
  Honda, Lemon Law, News, Recalls

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 driving...read more

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Are You Having Issues With Your Lexus or Toyota A/C?

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  February 20, 2023
  Air Conditioning, Lexus, Toyota

Toyota and Lexus are known for high-quality, reliable vehicles. That’s why it might come as a surprise when recurring air conditioning issues require multiple visits to the dealership or mechanic. While lemon laws mainly apply to malfunctions that affect a vehicle’s safety or use, the good news is sometimes they also cover A/C and heater...read more

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Can Squeaky Brakes Warrant a Lemon Law Claim?

By Norman Taylor & Associates
  February 18, 2023
  Lemon Law

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 here....read more

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