The California Lemon Law requires a vehicle manufacturer that is unable to repair a vehicle to conform to the manufacturer’s express warranty after a reasonable number of repair attempts to replace or repurchase the vehicle.  The Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act and, in part, titled the
Tanner Consumer Protection Act. The complete text of the lemon law can be found at
California Civil Code § 1793.2 et seq.

If you believe your vehicle may qualify as a “lemon” due to the number of warranty repair attempts at your dealer, we invite you to call us at 1-800-225-3666 to discuss your vehicle issues. We pursue automobile manufacturers on 2013-2020 vehicles purchased or leased from automobile dealerships in California. Our services are 100% free to the consumer.


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