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California lemon laws help protect consumers when buying vehicles

Buying a new car is often an exciting experience for most people. They may have dream vehicles in mind that they have always wanted to purchase, or they may be happy to buy a more suitable vehicle due to having a growing family. Whatever the case, buyers want their vehicles to be reliable, and California lemon laws help to ensure that reliability.

Many people may have heard vehicles referred to as lemons but may not be entirely sure what that term means. Typically, a vehicle that is a lemon suffers from a major defect or multiple defects that result in the vehicle not operating properly or that cause other issues. Vehicle owners may have reason to file legal claims if their vehicles turn out to be lemons and are protected by lemon laws.

These laws generally cover vehicles that are new or used and have been sold or leased in the state. The vehicles must also come with a manufacturer's new car warranty. Additionally, the vehicles suffer from nonconformity that continues even after attempted repairs. This nonconformity must come in the form of a defect that results in a vehicle's use, safety or value being negatively affected.

Understanding California lemon laws can be difficult. Still, if a vehicle owner believes that a defect has caused serious issues with a qualifying vehicle, it may be worth the effort to become more knowledgeable on this type of consumer protection. Interested parties may want to speak with attorneys well-versed in this area of law to obtain evaluations of their cases.

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