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Learn the Basics of the Texas Lemon Law

The Texas Lemon Law dictates that consumers who’ve purchased or leased a new vehicle are entitled to a refund or a replacement if the vehicle is a lemon. This law applies to cars, trucks, motorcycles, and a variety of other motor vehicles, including motor homes and towable RVs.

If you have a lemon, the Texas Lemon Law attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. will fight to get you the compensation you deserve. We provide every client with a free case review, and we never charge a fee until we win your case. Even then, the manufacturer may be responsible for your legal fees. In these cases, our attorney will represent you at no cost to you!

Call us today at (866) 388-8290 to schedule your free Lemon Law case review!

What Qualifies as a Lemon under the Lemon Law in Texas?

For a vehicle to qualify as a lemon in Texas, it must have a defect that’s covered by the manufacturer’s written warranty. The defect must substantially diminish the value, use, or safety of the vehicle.

You must also report the defect while the warranty is still effective for your vehicle to qualify as a lemon. Then, you must grant the dealer a reasonable number of attempts (defined below) to fix the issue. Lastly, you must provide the manufacturer with written notice of the defect and a final opportunity to fix it – a process we will handle for you.

If the defect is still present after you’ve taken the above steps, the vehicle qualifies as a lemon. To receive the compensation you’re entitled to, you must file a Lemon Law complaint within six (6) months of:

  • The expiration of the vehicle’s warranty
  • 24 months of the original purchase date
  • Traveling 24,000 miles with the vehicle

The Texas Lemon Law relies on the earliest of the above dates. So if you have a lemon, contact us as soon as possible. Doing so will ensure that we have the time we need to meet these deadlines and get you the refund or replacement vehicle you’re owed.

Texas Lemon Law FAQs

FAQs About Your Lemon Law Rights

Are car rental costs a recoverable damage for the time a lemon vehicle is out of service?

YES. Federal and/or state lemon laws provide for the recovery of car rental expenses when a vehicle ...

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YES. Federal and/or state lemon laws provide for the recovery of car rental expenses when a vehicle is out of service. These expenses are known as consequential or collateral damages and are recoverable when your lemon vehicle is out of service while subject to repairs, including the time the dealer may just be waiting on parts.

Since 1995, we have never seen so many consumers being forced to incur this expense due to the shortage of available loaner vehicles that dealers traditionally would provide from their own lots. Due to the worldwide chip shortage, new car dealers simply don’t have available cars to give out as loaner vehicles like they used to do so during the repair process. Therefore, if you have a lemon don’t throw your money down the drain paying for a car rental while your lemon vehicle sits unrepaired at the dealer. Contact our firm for a Free Case Review and we will advise you of all of the damages you may recover for your lemon vehicle, including your car rental expenses.

FAQs About Your Lemon Law Rights

What types of defects are covered by lemon laws?

Most state lemon laws cover vehicles with a defect or non-conformity that substantially impairs the ...

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Most state lemon laws cover vehicles with a defect or non-conformity that substantially impairs the use, value, or safety of the vehicle. Every situation is unique and a defect that you might not ordinarily think is substantial, might very well be depending on how it affects you.

For instance, even something that is seemingly as minor as the illumination of a light on your dashboard might signify a larger problem. Or, something like a brake squeak might be substantial if it affects your use and enjoyment of the vehicle. And the federal Lemon Law applies to all warrantied defects, regardless of their effect on the vehicle.

FAQs About Your Lemon Law Rights

What is a ‘lemon’?

For a vehicle to be considered a lemon, it must meet certain requirements. While each state is diffe...

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For a vehicle to be considered a lemon, it must meet certain requirements. While each state is different, there are some general things that hold true across the board. At the most basic level, the vehicle needs to have some type of defect or non-conformity. And under most state laws, the defect must be covered by a warranty and be reported to the manufacturer within a specific timeframe and mileage limit.

However, the defect alone does not classify your vehicle as a lemon. Usually, the manufacturer must try and fail to repair the defect multiple times before the vehicle earns that distinction.

What Is a ‘Reasonable Number of Repair Attempts’?

Texas state law defines “reasonable number of repair attempts” in three different ways:

  • Two (2) attempts for defects that are significant safety hazards

  • Four (4) attempts for other defects

  • Any number of attempts that take a total of 30 days or more

All three definitions require the attempts to take place within the first 24 months or 24,000 miles of the vehicle’s life, whichever comes first. Additionally, any time the dealer or manufacturer provides you with a comparable loaner while servicing your vehicle does not count toward the 30-day limit.

Why Hire Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® as Your Texas Lemon Law Attorney?

  • Over 25 Years of Experience Turning “Lemons” into “Lemon-Aid”
  • Over 45,000 Success Stories
  • Accomplished, Trustworthy Attorneys
  • Responses Within 24 Hours
  • No Fees Unless You Win Your Case
  • We Fight to Get You Maximum Compensation

Our team of Texas Lemon Law lawyers makes it easy to get the compensation you deserve. Texas requires lemon owners to jump through a number of hoops before their vehicle can be officially called a lemon. To prevent you from suffering through more frustration, we’ll handle these obstacles on your behalf.

In many cases, we can even convince manufacturers to settle before taking those steps. In fact, 99% of our cases settle without going to trial. We’ve handled cases for vehicles of every make and model. Because of this, manufacturers generally know not to waste their time or money paying their legal teams to oppose us.

We know the Texas Lemon Law, as well as every other law that protects consumers, inside and out. Although the Texas Lemon Law doesn’t hold manufacturers responsible for your attorney fees, the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act does. And we use every law on the books to get you the maximum compensation. So even in Texas, we often represent clients without charging them a single cent.

You’ve spent enough time trying to deal with your lemon already. Let us handle the rest. Contact us today at 866-388-8290 to get a free case review.

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