Consumers who have defective cars in North Carolina may be able to get relief under the North Carolina Lemon Law, the federal lemon law also known as the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, or other state related lemon laws.
The North Carolina Lemon Law known as the New Motor Vehicles Warranties Act provides specifically that a defective car may qualify under the lemon law if: 1) the car was presented for repair four or more times for the same defect and the defect continues; OR 2) the car was out of service for warranty related repairs for a total of 20 or more days during any one year period of the warranty.
Under the North Carolina lemon law if your car meets the requirements of the lemon law you may be entitled to a replacement car or a refund of the purchase price including finance charges. Our North Carolina lemon law attorney can evaluate your repair records and help to determine whether your car meets the North Carolina lemon law.
The North Carolina lemon law does not specifically apply to used cars. That is, there is not a used car North Carolina lemon law as there exists in other states. However, your car may still qualify for lemon law type relief under the federal lemon law known as the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. Our North Carolina lemon law attorney will be able to let you know whether you are entitled to this kind of lemon law help. Basically, as long as your car has been subject to repeated repairs and the repairs began during the manufacturer’s warranty period you may be entitled to assistance.
Please contact our lemon law attorney to discuss the specifics of your case. Each car’s repair history is unique and requires a separate evaluation. Our North Carolina lemon law lawyer provides this service free of charge. If we can present a claim to the manufacturer under the North Carolina lemon law or the federal lemon law described above we will obtain our attorney fees from the manufacturer. There is therefore never any charge to you for any of our services.
Is your car a Lemon under the North Carolina Lemon Law
If you have a 2010 or newer model year vehicle that has had repeated repairs or has been out of service for several days, it may be a lemon under the North Carolina Lemon Law and you may be entitled to a cash settlement, refund or a new car. Even if your vehicle does not meet the lemon law requirements, you may still be entitled to a cash settlement, refund or new car under federal law. These laws can apply to used cars too.
You paid a lot of money for your vehicle and cannot afford to delay in resolving the problems with your vehicle. The longer you wait, the harder it will be to resolve your case. You must act quickly and present your problems to the manufacturer. Our experienced attorneys are here to walk you through every aspect of the lemon law process and make it quick and easy. Most of all, we can put an end to the headaches with your car.
Please contact our North Carolina lemon law attorney if you believe that your car may be a lemon. Our North Carolina lemon law attorney will provide you with free advice regarding your potential lemon law claims, and if you have a claim, the manufacturer will be responsible for the costs and attorney fees involved in bringing your lemon law claim.