When you buy a car in Minnesota, you always want to make sure you keep up your regular maintenance. Failure to follow a maintenance schedule can harm your chances of success on a lemon law claim in Minnesota. Is your vehicle a lemon? Lemon laws are different in every state. The lemon law you refer to depends on a few different factors, most importantly, where the vehicle was purchased and where it underwent the majority of the repairs. If you purchased or repaired your vehicle in Minnesota, it can be a lemon if there were:
- 4 repairs to the defect within 2 years of the date of delivery ; or
- The vehicle is out of service for 30 or more days for repairs
Are you driving a lemon in Minnesota? Contact our office for a free case review.