How to Know if Your Car is a Lemon or Not! What Is The Lemon Law? [NOOK Book]

Overview

A vehicle is the lifeline of many people because it provides the transportation you need to get to and from work. Millions of people have come across a situation where they spend thousands of dollars on a vehicle to find it is defective and doesn’t work. This can be very frustrating and costly. In addition, it may cost people their jobs if they don’t have transportation to get to work.
When you buy a vehicle that doesn’t work there are things you can do about it. It is ...
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How to Know if Your Car is a Lemon or Not! What Is The Lemon Law?

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Overview

A vehicle is the lifeline of many people because it provides the transportation you need to get to and from work. Millions of people have come across a situation where they spend thousands of dollars on a vehicle to find it is defective and doesn’t work. This can be very frustrating and costly. In addition, it may cost people their jobs if they don’t have transportation to get to work.
When you buy a vehicle that doesn’t work there are things you can do about it. It is important to understand the laws behind someone selling you a car that doesn’t run. You do have rights. The purpose of this guide will take you through the meanings of what constitutes a ‘lemon’ and what you can do about it.
There are certain things you can look for in a vehicle before you make a purchase. It is good practice to do enough research on your end before you purchase a vehicle. You will learn about the ways you can research a vehicle before you purchase it and how to tell if it is a lemon.
You are protected in every state in the United States if you buy a lemon. However, every state looks at the definition of a lemon differently. The differences include the amount of repairs the car has had to go through, the condition, the value, safety, and if the car is running.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012887009
  • Publisher: unique5stardeals
  • Publication date: 6/24/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 158 KB

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