You enjoy your fabulous new car as you drive it a couple days and put a few miles on it—but then the check engine light interrupts your delight. This could be really bad. Did you get a lemon? The answer depends on whether your vehicle has a written warranty and whether the dealer can fix it when you return it to the place you bought it.
A lemon is a vehicle with defects that cannot be repaired. In any given year, 150,000 cars typically come off the assembly line as lemons. That’s only one percent of all new cars manufactured, making your chances of getting a lemon small, but nevertheless very possible.
Federal and state laws protect consumers with vehicles that cannot meet the terms of quality and reliability in the written warranty once the dealer has tried a reasonable number of repairs. Michael J. Goodman Lemon Law PLLC specializes in handling Lemon Law cases in Gilbert and surrounding communities in Arizona. Don’t get stuck with a lemon. Contact Michael J. Goodman for a free, no-risk evaluation of your case.