Lemon law protection
Your Lemon law protection if you already have bought a Lemon from a used car dealer
- Visit https://www.yourlemonlawrights.com/States-Lemon-Law to know more about how your state lemon laws protect you against lemon used car dealers
If you have a problem with a used car deal covered by a warranty or service contract, and the dealership refuses service, contact the attorneys at Krohn and Moss Ltd.
For service agreements administered by an automaker, contact the company’s local representative
These representatives are authorized to adjust and approve repairs independently of the dealership that sold the car.
Your Lemon law protection if you already have bought a Lemon from Franchised dealer
You may be eligible for mediation over a Lemon from Franchised dealer through the National Automotive Dealers Association’s Automotive Consumer Action Program (AUTOCAP).
- If the dealer is willing, consider using a dispute-resolution organization to mediate your disagreement over a Lemon from Franchised dealer
- Some service agreements require this as a first step before suing the Franchised dealer or the manufacturer
- Read the small print in the sales contract carefully before buying
- It allows you to determine if you may sue, or if you must submit to arbitration
Your Lemon law protection if you already have bought a Lemon used car from a private seller
If, you already have bought a Lemon used car from a private seller your options for Lemon law protection are much more limited:
- If your Lemon used car comes with any written guarantees about the condition of the Lemon used car, you can use them as the basis for filing a lawsuit for Lemon law protection
- You can resolve disputes over for Lemon law protection for smaller amounts of money, say less than $2,000, without an attorney through small claims court
- The clerk of your local small-claims court can tell you what the exact dollar limit is in your state and provide information on how to file suit for Lemon law protection