Purchasing a car is no easy feat. After all, you’re shelling out a considerable amount of your hard-earned money. It’s only reasonable, then, to expect that your new car will be at its best condition.
Some people, however, have the misfortune of ending up with a faulty vehicle or a lemon. Thankfully, California laws provide car buyers protection from these faulty vehicles with the state’s lemon law.
So long as the vehicle that you bought matches the legal definition of a lemon, you can expect to receive a form of compensation from the dealership. This may come in the form of cash if the manufacturer repurchases the vehicle, or in the form of a replacement vehicle. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2shZuDJ