Is it true? Dealership has had my car for 2 weeks. If so, your car might possibly be a lemon law car. If the dealership has had your car for 2 weeks there are some very important things you should know about that.
If the car dealership has had your car for 2 weeks your vehicle might be a lemon law vehicle. Under the lemon law, if a car is defective and the dealership or manufacturer is unwilling or unable to repair or replace the vehicle within a reasonable number of days or visit, you may have a lemon. If so, you may be entitled to a reimbursement of what you paid for the car.
The lemon law is an amazing law that protects consumers of vehicles, used cars, new cars, and more sometimes when the vehicle is defective and having problems under warranty or extended warranty.
One of the great advantages of the lemon law when your car has been in the dealership for 2 weeks, is that the attorneys like us we do not charge you anything out of pocket and we only get paid if and when we win your lemon law case.
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Not all dealership know how or are able or organized enough to repair or replace your vehicle in a reasonable time frame. Also, it may be the case that this is not your first time getting your vehicle repaired by them.
Under the lemon law, if your car is in the repair shop of the manufacturer for 30 days consecutively in a row, you may have a strong lemon law case. Other times, the vehicle might have to have multiple repair visits in order to qualify under the lemon law.
Also, the reason why your car is getting repaired at the dealership is also important. The more severe and significant the issue with the car is, the more likely you are to have a strong lemon law case.
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