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Know Before You Buy: Is a Vehicle’s Lemon History Reported?

When you’re shopping for a car, it’s important to do your diligence — especially if you’re purchasing a used vehicle. Pre-owned cars can offer tremendous value and may be a cost-effective alternative to buying a brand new vehicle. However, if… Read More
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Do Your Car’s Electrical Problems Make it a Lemon in California?

Purchasing a vehicle is a big investment, and a new car shouldn’t have problems. Unfortunately, some vehicles leave the manufacturer or dealership with issues that you may not find out about until you’ve driven it for a few days or weeks.… Read More
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A massive lot of recalled vehicles.

It’s Your Last Chance to Opt-Out of the Kia and Hyundai Class Action Lawsuit. Should You?

If you purchased a vehicle affected by the Kia and Hyundai class action lawsuit, you may have received a notice that you’re entitled to claim certain benefits, per the terms of a class action settlement. In some cases, remaining part of the class a… Read More
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Is it a Manufacturer Defect, Repair Shop Negligence, or User Error?

When you get a new car, driving it should be an enjoyable experience — the last thing you want to do is bring it back to the dealership for repairs. If you feel like you’re stuck in a cycle of endless vehicle repairs, you might be questioning… Read More
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auto for sale in a used car lot.

Used Car Lemon Law: How to Tell if Your Car is Covered in California

If you’re in the market for a new car, you might be thinking about purchasing a pre-owned vehicle. Often, you can save a considerable amount of money on both the vehicle and insurance costs. You might also find a used car that looks brand new a… Read More
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When Transmission Problems Rise to the Level of a Lemon

If you bought or leased a new car that was still under warranty and began noticing transmission problems, you may have purchased a “lemon.” Lemon cars are not only a hassle to deal with — they can be unsafe and place you and your passen… Read More
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What Are The Most Common Issues With The Kia Soul?

California drivers like you expect to get your money’s worth when you buy a new car. To this end, lemon laws exist to protect you from purchases that are bad from the get-go. But it helps to keep an eye out before you even make a purchase. One of t… Read More
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How Many Times Should You Repair Your Ailing Car?

After a short while of experiencing significant problems with your car, you probably feel you have bought a lemon. However, the manufacturer of your vehicle might not think so. Perhaps you just need to take it to the right auto repair shop. You might… Read More
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Military Members And California Lemon Law

Under California law, consumers are protected when vehicles are defective and multiple attempts to make repairs have failed. Moreover, there are special protections that apply to military members. Whether you are currently serving in the armed forces… Read More
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Why Is Your Check Engine Light On?

When you drive a car off the lot, you expect that it is going to run well for a long time. Whether it is a brand-new car or a used car, you have certain expectations. Sometimes, you will run into problems quicker than expected. Your car may begin to… Read More
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