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Knowing Your Rights with Alabama Lemon Law

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Knowing Your Rights with Alabama Lemon Law

Lemon laws were created to protect consumers who were buying used cars. Many of these vehicles have problems that later only appeared after driving the vehicle for a short period. With Alabama lemon law, the state protects consumers by making dealers pay for a refund or replacement if the car is truly found to be a lemon. That is where you might need an attorneys help to prove that the vehicle is a lemon.

Alabama Lemon Law
In Alabama, the law only covers vehicles that are used for private or business use on highways. It does not cove any vehicles that are over 10,000 lbs. Your car may qualify under the lemon law for a refund or replacement if you have driven it for less than two years and the vehicle has been taken in for multiple service appointments. Alabama states that you must have at least three attempts to fix the vehicle before you can consider it to be a lemon.

Out of Service
The point of the lemon law is to show that the vehicle has been out of service. This guarantees that you will be able to get the car refunded, especially if you can show that it has not been driven for 30 days or has been in the manufacturer’s possession for a longer period. Dealers are not necessarily the problem for a lemon unless the dealer knew of the defects. For lemon laws, you typically have to file a dispute with the manufacturer.

Want to make sure that you win an Alabama lemon law dispute? You should talk to the team at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law CenterĀ®. You can find more information about their firm and lemon laws for Alabama on YourLemonLawRights.com.

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