a used car is usually a good way to save money. Whether you need a
car to get to and from work or you are getting one for your new
teenage driver to use, it is possible to save money and still have
reliable transportation. However, some unscrupulous used car dealers
may try to scam you when you buy one of their vehicles. The lemon
law for cars
is set up to protect you from such cons.
are a lot of different ways that a used car salesperson may try to
defraud you. Some car salespeople might try to roll back the
odometer. Others might claim that repairs were made, but all they
actually did was clean the parts or make cosmetic updates. A car
salesperson might also try to sell you a car with a title that has
been put through salvage. Some might use inferior replacement parts
instead of proper parts, and others might hide the evidence of an
accident with plastic fillers instead of genuine auto body parts.
may be able to represent you if any of these things have happened to
you. While you might expect to make minor repairs on a used vehicle
after a while, you should get what you paid for. If you were fooled
by an unscrupulous car dealer, let us take on your case and protect
your rights in court.
learn more about the lemon law for cars, contact us at Krohn &
Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center. Our attorneys can explain it to you
so that you know how your rights are protected and what your
responsibilities are as a consumer. You may also visit us online at
YourLemonLawRights.com in order to learn more about how the lemon
laws work when you buy a used car.