Help Navigating the Texas Lemon Law

Help Navigating the Texas Lemon Law

By the time you get to the point when you are considering using the Texas lemon law to handle a problem with a vehicle, you are likely already pretty worn out with the matter. As a consumer, you have rights when you purchase a new vehicle. You have the right to safe operation and performance as promised however it is not enough to be able to say, “this vehicle does not work”.  Activating protection under the Texas Lemon law starts with the minute you realize that there is something wrong with your vehicle.

The Best Move to Make

Whether you are at the beginning of your journey with your lemon or you have been at it for a few months, the best thing to do is get professional help. One missed step by you can lead to not getting the outcome that you hope for. Having a professional in your corner can make a difference in the outcome of the case and benefit you.

The Rules

There are rules associated with getting the help you need form Texas Lemon Law:

1. The 4-time rule, there must be 4 attempts to make repairs, unless it is a clear safety issue this is a different circumstance
2. 30-day test-if your vehicle has been out of service for 30 calendar days over a 12-month period it may qualify for protection
3. Serious safety defects that occur within the first 12 months of ownership also may qualify.

Navigating the law and understanding exactly what rights you have is a lot easier when you have the expertise of a law firm that has dealt with these cases before.  Making sure you cross your Tee’s and dot your I’s is one of the most important things you can do when you are dealing with vehicle problems. Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® can help you to get the results you hope for.

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