Texas Lemon Law Statutes - Your Lemon Law Rights®

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Warranty laws, or lemon laws, were created in order to protect consumers of motor vehicles. These laws vary from state to state. In Texas, new purchased or leased vehicles are covered under lemon laws, and used cars are only in some situations. When looking for compensation, you must file a complaint, but you only can do so after you’ve given the manufacturer a reasonable number of attempts to repair your vehicle. Texas lemon law states that if the dealer has passed certain tests, then he has had a reasonable number of times to fix your vehicle. These tests are the four-time test, the serious safety hazard test, and the thirty-day test.

If filing a complaint, you must file in a timely fashion. This means that you must file within six months of one of the following occurrences: expiration of the warranty, two years from delivery date, or 24,000 miles driven since the delivery date.

If you would like more information about what qualifies as a lemon, what the tests entail, etc., you can download a printable PDF of Texas lemon laws by clicking the link below. You can also call 1-800-875-3666 or send us a message at Krohn & Moss Consumer Law Center to get any of your questions answered by a Texas attorney or to find out if you are eligible for compensation

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