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Georgia Lemon Law

Green check mark icon Attorney Updated: 05/26/2020

Did You Purchase Or Lease A Lemon In Georgia?

Are you the owner of an inherently defective vehicle in the state of Georgia? Our team at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® is here to help those who have been victims of purchasing defective cars, trucks and other consumer products. Because each state has different rules and regulations regarding “lemons,” it is important that you find a team that is knowledgeable about the Georgia Lemon Law and the various lemon laws throughout the country.

Georgia Lemon Law - Frequently Asked Questions

Georgia Lemon Law - Frequently Asked Questions

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The Georgia Lemon Law

Under the Georgia Lemon Law, manufacturers are held responsible for new vehicles that have inherent defects. It is up to the manufacturer to remedy any “lemons” within the period of 24 months or 24,000 miles, whichever comes first. In addition, the Georgia Lemon Law requires that your vehicle was purchased for personal, family or household use. Finally, the defect(s) must substantially impact the use, value, or safety of your vehicle. Keep in mind that your vehicle will not be covered under the Georgia Lemon Law if it has been abused, neglected or if you have made any unauthorized alterations.

If the defect(s) do not occur during these time periods, or your vehicle is a commercial vehicle, or the defect(s) do not substantially impair the use, value or safety of your vehicle, your vehicle may not qualify as a “lemon” under Georgia law but still may qualify under the Federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act which is commonly referred to as the federal “lemon law.”

If you do meet the requirements of the Georgia Lemon Law, you may be eligible to receive a refund of your money or a replacement vehicle.

Exceptions to the Georgia Lemon Law

There are also certain types of vehicles that are excluded from coverage under the Georgia Lemon Law, including motorcycles, mopeds, boats, all-terrain vehicles, trucks with a gross vehicle rating over 12,000 pounds, vehicles that aren’t self-propelled or parts of a motorhome that are used for either living quarters, office or commercial use.

How the Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® Can Help

Our team has successfully handled over 45,000 Lemon law cases across the country and we will do everything that we can to obtain maximum compensation to which you are entitled under the Georgia Lemon Law and/or the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. We provide all of our potential clients with a free consultation to help you understand your particular situation and determine whether or not you have a case. If you do have a case, we will help you compile the necessary paperwork to start the process.

Please feel free to contact our team at 1-800-875-3666 or at for a free case review.

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