• Purchasing a used vehicle in the United States can be a very budget friendly, rewarding, and simple process. While owning a previously used vehicle can be a very positive experience, it can also be a nightmare. The difference is in the common issues that happen to vehicles as they age and actual defects in the car itself. So, what is the difference between a car problem and a truly defective car? To answer this, we
  • It’s important to know that you have legal rights when it comes to a defective vehicle. The Song Beverly Act and other laws afford you protections commonly known under the umbrella term “lemon law”. In California, after meeting certain standards, you may be eligible for a refund or exchange of your vehicle. So why might you be subject to a decision you may have never heard about? Opt Out and Avoid Losing your Lemon Law
  • In most cases, lemon law claims revolve around a specific issue with a single vehicle or a small number of SUVs. However, sometimes vehicle defects are so widespread that they result in class action lawsuits. However, California attorneys are arguing that owners should consider opting out of a settlement regarding a Jeep transmission case. Each of the vehicles used a nine-speed ZF automatic transmission, with the number of gears supposedly helping fuel economy. Instead, the

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