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If you have just bought a new car, you may be wondering what to do if it turns out to be a “lemon”?

A lemon is a car that has a major flaw that cannot be fixed after a reasonable number of tries. If you drive a faulty car, you may be entitled to a refund, exchange, or compensation for damages.
Under the law, manufacturers are liable for defective products that cause harm to consumers. In the case of cars, this means that the manufacturer is responsible for fixing or replacing a lemon car if it cannot be repaired after a reasonable number of attempts.

A car is considered defective if it has:

You have several options if your car meets the “lemon” definition. You can:

Here are some additional tips for dealing with a lemon car:

If you have a faulty car, don’t give up. You may be entitled to a refund, replacement, or compensation for your damages. Contact GB Law today for a consultation.

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