Although the laws from state to state are different, typically state lemon laws provide protection to the purchasers and lessees of cars, trucks, SUV’s, and in some cases motorcycles, motorhomes, boats, and other motor vehicles to seek a refund or replacement vehicle. Most state lemon laws also provide that the vehicles at issue must be primarily used for personal or household use. Importantly, the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, also known as the federal Lemon Law, provides much broader protection to the purchasers and lessees of consumer products than most state lemon laws. Unlike the lemon laws of most states that generally only apply to motor vehicles, the federal Lemon Law applies to all consumer products that are accompanied by a warranty or service contract. Further, the federal Lemon Law does not look to how the product is actually used to determine if there is coverage. Rather, even consumer products that are being used for business or commercial use may still be covered under the federal Lemon Law so long as the product was ordinarily intended by its manufacturer to be used primarily for personal or household use. In other words, if you purchased a four door sedan to drive people around for your business, the federal Lemon Law would still apply since four door sedans are normally intended for personal or household use. Regardless, contact an experienced lemon law attorney who will be able to best protect your rights and advise you as to what extent state and federal lemon laws provide protection.