Texas has a consumer protection law which, in the case of vehicles, is known as “Lemon Law”. This protects consumers that have purchased a new car only to later find that it has serious issues that are being covered under warranty, but that simply can’t be fixed. While laws are in place to hold manufacturers responsible for defective vehicles, there’s a lot consumers need to do in order to prove that they do in fact have a lemon, and that they have done everything they can to have the issue fixed.
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It could happen to anyone. You walk into a car dealership, find a shiny model that fits your specifications to a T, realize it’s for a seemingly too good to be true low price, and close the deal quickly before the salesperson changes their mind. Unfortunately, a week later, a month later, 6 months later, you realize it WAS too good to be true. The car turns out to have fundamental problems that might cost thousands of dollars to repair, and you’re left to pay the bill.
When this happens, we say that you have a lemon on your hands, a car that looked good on the outside, but inside was sour. And while you may think there isn’t any recourse, the truth is you are protected under Texas consumer law. Read the rest »
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