Difference Between Lemon Law and Auto Dealer Fraud
Many vehicle owners might get confused if dealing with a lemon vehicle or getting conned by auto fraud. This blog will help you understand the difference between a lemon vehicle or car and auto fraud.
Lemon Vehicles and Dealer Frauds are entirely different cases.
The simplest way to understand Lemon Law :
Lemon law protects consumers who have leased or purchased defective vehicles which are not repaired by the manufacturer. Lemon law differs from state to state. Usually, when we speak about lemon law, it means design or manufacturing defects.
Your car may be covered under the lemon law in the following cases :
Your car has defects that affect its usage, safety, or value.
numerous failed repair attempts by the manufacturer.
Same problems occur after repair
Defective tires, defective airbags, defective windows, defective seat belts, etc.
Any major or minor defect is covered under the lemon law.
If you think you are driving a lemon, then don’t worry. You don’t need to put your or your family’s life in danger. Get a free evaluation from a lemon law attorney at Sage Law Group.
Auto Fraud or Dealer Fraud :
Auto dealer fraud is described as fraudulent practice and actions by some dealers who try to con you by selling you vehicle at higher prices or misrepresentation of the product.
Auto fraud can happen at any stage of your purchase process, for example, through tricky Advertising, pre-sales discussions, negotiations, contract signing, etc.
We understand that it’s not easy for a vehicle owner to understand this difference, and that’s the reason you should always consult an attorney for better understanding.
We at Sage Law Group provide Free evaluation for Lemon Law cases and will be happy to help you. Feel free to contact us