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Does The Lemon Law Only Cover Cars And Trucks?

Answer: 

The California Lemon Law covers the following leased or purchased vehicles: Automobiles, Cars, Trucks, SUVs, Vans, Motor Homes, Recreational Vehicles, RVs, Boats, Yachts, Motorcycles, All-Terrain Vehicles, ATVs Highline Vehicles, Private Planes, Small Planes and just about anything else that comes with a manufacturers warranty including Used and Certified Pre-owned Vehicles.

There are certain exclusions as well as stipulations within the California Lemon Law as to what criteria a vehicle must meet in order to qualify for either replacement or repurchase. Please don't hesitate to call our dedicated Lemon Law Firm at 213-282-2000 to discuss whether your vehicle may be entitled replacement or repurchase under the Lemon Law in California.

If a dealer or manufacturer tries to discourage you from asserting your lemon law rights by telling you that the law only applies to cars and small trucks; do not listen to them and give our firm a call today. You may be entitled to immediate compensation for your defective vehicle.

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