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A Simple Test to Qualify for the California Lemon Law

A Simple Test to Qualify for the California Lemon Law

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A Simple Test to Qualify for the California Lemon Law

Many people are now becoming aware of the undeniable rights that they have when they acquireautomobil es from car dealers and manufacturers. For those who feel cheated in some way, when they discover that their vehicle has troubles that the car dealer is not dealing in spite of warranty, they can take turn to California Lemon Law to seek refuge. However, combing all the provisions of this law would take time and a brief tutorial \u2013 that does not come without a price tag \u2013 from a law practitioner.

If you are just one of the many people who would like to know the gist of this state
legislation without going through all the many (and often irrelevant) contents, take the
test below and see if you and your vehicle are qualified.

Have you purchased a vehicle under a warranty whosemanufactur ing defect you did not
know of at that time of the purchase?

If you answer this question with yes, this does not mean that you automatically are
eligible for indemnification or reimbursement. This is a preliminary question to make
sure that the way that you bought the car is within the bounds of the law. It is difficult for
those cars that are unlawfully acquired, like smuggled goods, a purchase with the absence
of a warranty and car insurance, or which have multiple owners, to summon the tenets of
the Lemon law.

The warranty is important because vehicle acquisition in California must bear registration
in local government unit; insurance papers that would cover the vehicle\u2019s damages to
itself, to property and to people during accidents; and warranty from the car dealer for a
specific period of time.

Is your car leased or secondhand with aw arranty?

This is set as a separate question because people make a mistake in not processing for a claim when their car was second hand or acquired through lease. Remember this; buying a used car does not free the car dealer from giving people quality vehicles.

Have you repeatedly demanded repairs to the car dealer, with the latter refusing to cave
in?

You cannot just demand to process a claim when you did not give a chance for the car
dealer to do its own part of the deal. If a warranty is in force or when the car still enjoys
the benefits of the warranty, you can require the car dealers to make good their promises
on thisdocument. If they have refused to do so and in the process, your family life and
the possibility of enjoying the comfort and convenience of using a personal car is
compromised, it is the right time to take action.

Have you taken the car to a professional repair without the help of the car dealer despite
of the latter\u2019s knowledge?

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