California Lemon Law FAQ
The California Lemon Law protects consumers who buy vehicles with defects or nonconformities and present the vehicle for two or more repair attempts during the warranty period. It doesn’t matter if the vehicle warranty has technically expired because the warranty never expires for defects that were not correctly repaired during the warranty period. In other words, the manufacturer cannot instruct its dealer to perform “band-aid” repairs during the warranty and wait until the technical expiration […]
Subaru Safety Recall
Subaru has issued a safety recall to owners of the 2018 Model Year Legacy and Outback. Due to a software programming error, the calculation of the remaining driving distance until the fuel tank is empty may be incorrect. Normally, the dealership at which you purchased your Subaru would assist in correcting the issue. Unfortunately, as stated in the safety recall, there is currently no correction to the software programming error thus making the 2018 Subaru […]
What is the difference between car problems and a truly defective car?
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 […]