The Basics of the Lemon Law in South Carolina (SC)
When you purchase or lease a new personal vehicle in South Carolina and it has a defect that substantially impairs its use, value, or safety, you may be entitled to a refund or replacement. But before your car can be classified as a lemon, you must provide the manufacturer with a reasonable number of attempts to repair it.
If the manufacturer tries and fails to repair any single defect at least three times, the vehicle is a lemon. Similarly, if any number of repair attempts keep the vehicle out of service for a total of 30 days, it’s a lemon.
Does this sound like your car? If so, our South Carolina lemon law lawyers can help. We reach settlements for our clients in more than 99% of the cases we take without the need for a trial. Contact our law firm today for a Free Case Review so we can help you collect the compensation you’re owed.