Who Qualifies Under State of Texas Lemon Law?

A consumer who has purchased or leased a new motor vehicle that later experiences a defect or condition that substantially impairs the motor vehicle’s use, market value or safety, may be eligible for relief under the Texas Lemon Law the consumer must first give the automobile manufacturer a reasonable opportunity to repair the defect before they are eligible for lemon law relief. Generally, a “reasonable opportunity to repair” is considered at least 4 repair attempts by the manufacturer within the first 2 years/24,000 miles of the vehicle’s life, whichever occurs first. However, where the Lemon Law leaves off, federal law provides additional protection to consumers after the vehicle’s first 2 years or 24,000 miles.

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