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  • prior accidents
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  • high-speed crash test
  • water damage
  • lien holders found
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  • auction announced as repaired/replaced odometer
  • registration in flood area
  • salvage reconstructed flood itle
  • altered from the manufacturer's original design
  • failed safety inspection
  • insurance company ownership

Used Car Lemon Law

The used car lemon law has been enacted to protect consumers from being saddled with persistently defective cars. Different states will have different used car lemon laws – so there would be a Florida Lemon Law, a Texas Lemon Law, a New York State Lemon Law, an Ohio Lemon Law, a Califonia Lemon Law, a Georgia Lemon Law, and so on. Even if you do not meet the lemon law requirements under state law, Federal regulations may apply to some used vehicles. Federal regulations apply during manufacturer’s warranty periods which last between two to five years depending on the manufacturer, but can continue in some circumstances several years after the warranty expires. Buying a manufacturer certified used car which comes with a limited warranty or the extended manufacturer’s warranty if it is available may entitle you to the protection of the used vehicle Lemon Laws.

The Used Car Lemon Law provides a legal remedy for buyers or lessees of used cars that turn out to be lemons. The law requires dealers to give you a written warranty. Under this warranty, a dealer must repair, free of charge, any defects in covered parts or, at the dealer’s option, reimburse you for the reasonable costs of such repairs. If the dealer is unable to repair the car after a reasonable number of attempts, you are entitled to a full refund of the purchase price. No used car covered by this law can be sold by a dealer “as is.”

The Used Car Lemon Law covers non-commercial motor vehicles except for motorcycles, certain motor vehicle homes, and off-road vehicles. The law applies only to purchasers of used vehicles which:

Cost $1,500 or more and have 100,000 miles or less at the time of sale; Were bought from someone who sold or attempted to sell three or more vehicles in the previous 12 months. Lemon Law and Auto Warranties

Auto warranties should be bought by anyone who buys a car. But used car buyers should take auto warranties more seriously because of the higher chances for fraud. The right auto warranty covers a used car buyer in case of repairs or when the car needs maintenance. The warranties that are given by the sellers are sometimes fraudulent. Therefore, buying a used car should always be checked before investing on it. The warranties on such cars have to be dealt seriously. That is why the customers are protected from such frauds with the help of the used car warranty law.