How Your Car Turns Into a Lemon

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Cars mean different to different owners. For some car is just a tool which gets him to office. For passionate drivers their car is their lives. But what will you say if I say your car can be a lemon as well?

 

The Lemon Laws

The lemon laws are recognized as both federal and state law. Lemon laws are determined by the condition of a vehicle. This is applicable for cars, bikes, trucks or motor homes as well. In short the lemon law indicates vehicles which are not working properly.

The Source of “Lemon”

At 19th century, unpleasant people or objects were addressed as lemons. I know lemon is a great fruit. But the term lemon was used because of the sour taste of lemon. And now vehicles which do not work properly are recognized as lemons. Lemon law is to charge penalties for them because it may cause any fatal accidents anytime.

The lemon laws were first declared at 1975. At first it was enacted as the Magnuson–Moss Warranty Act. In this car accident law the owner have to go through a lawsuit to recover his or her “lemon”. Mainly lemon law is to take action against lemon or faulty vehicles. Because it can be hard to do that just like Plutarch said, “To find fault is easy; to do better may be difficult.”

Do You Drive A Lemon?

Like I said earlier that vehicles those don’t work properly is called lemon cars. If your car has a faulty engine, transmission or braking system then yes you are driving a big lemon. In this case you have to follow these steps:

  1. Always keep your vehicle under regular maintenance. Repair any problems you find as soon as you can. But if it breaks down often then you will face the lemon law. And according to that you will have 3 to 4 attempts to fix that.
  2. You must always have all necessary paperwork about your car. Whether your car is lemon or not, you have hold on to those.
  3. During the repair window if your car breaks down often, you must contact the manufacture to fix that. If must keep records of the repairs. They will come in handy in case the manufacture fails to repair that problem permanently.

Remember that insurance company may not provide you with insurance in case of lemon vehicle accident issue. So act carefully and act fast.

And you will need a car accident attorney to fight that case.

 

Conclusion

Did you know that every year there are thousands of lemon car reports? If you think your car is lemon than you don’t have to hold on to it. After several failed repair attempts, try to take bigger actions. You can find attorneys for fighting these cases as well. So act first, and don’t turn into a lemon yourself either.

 

Stephen Zee

 

7 Comments
  1. Rosemerry

    September 20, 2014 at 8:25 pm

    As you tell the lawyer about your accident, he or she may ask questions about it. Frequently, lawyers wait until you have told them everything before asking questions. While some of these questions may be difficult to hear, let alone answer, your lawyer does need to know the answers in order to help you find the best solution for your case. Your lawyer will collect a variety of information relating to your accident or injury, including facts about your medical treatment, others involved in the accident, potential witnesses, and more. He or she will likely also discuss practical aspects of your case such as a representation agreement, different types of legal fees, and the kinds of costs you can expect in your case.

  2. Brian N.

    September 21, 2014 at 3:12 am

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  3. Jason Mc.

    September 22, 2014 at 9:33 am

    In order to claim damages for any of the injuries listed below, you must file your claim within a certain amount of time (called the “statute of limitations”). These vary for different types of injuries and are established at the state level. In Illinois, for example, there is a one-year limit for filing a defamation claim, but a five-year statute of limitations for injuries to personal property. See FindLaw’s State Laws directory to learn more about the statutes of limitations in your state.

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    September 23, 2014 at 9:52 pm

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  5. Jeremy NK.

    September 24, 2014 at 5:45 am

    Damages is a term that refers to the monetary compensation the plaintiff is claiming the defendant is liable for. These damages are intended to make the injured party “whole,” according to legal theory. In some cases, the plaintiff may seek punitive damages on top of compensatory damages to punish the defendant for particularly unconscionable acts.

  6. Sean Fisher

    September 25, 2014 at 9:18 am

    Accident lawsuits are often complex affairs, involving evidence gathering, expert witnesses, and a detailed knowledge of negligence law. As a result, it’s important for accident victims to find an attorney who’s experienced in accident cases in particular. To learn more about your claim at no cost to you, a great first step is to contact an attorney for a free case evaluation.

  7. Luke Harp

    September 26, 2014 at 6:15 pm

    If you are injured by a faulty product, such as a household appliance, be sure to preserve the item in the same condition it was in when the incident occurred. In addition, keep all written instructions, warnings, labels, and packaging that accompanied the item. If you can, try to locate the original sales receipt for the item. If you cannot find the receipt in your own personal records, ask the seller if they have a copy.

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