Lemon Laws

Lemon Laws

Florida Lemon Law

Before purchasing a vehicle from a Florida Auto Dealership you should be sure to conduct thorough research.  The internet is a useful tool to look for consumer ratings and posts, apprising you of any complaints other buyers may have about certain vehicles.  After making a decision about which vehicle is right for you, a regular maintenance schedule is crucial for the upkeep of your new car.  Despite regular repairs, if your car turns out to be a lemon, you are afforded rights under the Florida Lemon Law. 

In Florida, in order for a vehicle to be considered a lemon, it must:

  • undergo at least three attempts at repair for the same defect within 24 months from the original date of delivery; or
  • be out of service due to the repair for a total of 30 or more calendar days within 24 months after the original date of delivery.

Should you feel your vehicle qualifies for a claim under the Florida Lemon Law, contact an attorney to help you determine your rights.

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