What Documents Do I Need To See If I Have A Valid Lemon Law Claim?

Your repair records are the most important documents needed to determine if you have a Lemon Law claim. When you take your vehicle to the dealership for repair, it is extremely important that you ask the dealership for a receipt, called a “repair order.” You should read the repair order and make sure that it is accurate before leaving the dealership. Sometimes, dealerships will omit details of concerns you raised. Therefore, it is important that you ask the dealership to accurately record your complaint on the repair record, including the date that you drop off your vehicle and the date that you pick up the vehicle. Never leave the dealership without a copy of the repair order and make sure that you keep your repair records so that you will have this valuable evidence to help prove that your vehicle is a “lemon.”

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