Your defective vehicle, appliance or electronic product has been sent for repair but due to unavailable parts, you are now experiencing a longer than expected delay. There are many reasons why a part is unavailable at the repair shop, including shipment of parts from abroad or the part is on back order due to numerous similar lemons also waiting to be repaired.
While it is frustrating to be driving a loaner vehicle or being without your necessary appliance or electronic product with no guaranteed end date, there is good news – you may qualify for assistance under the California Lemon Law.
According to the California Lemon Law, or Song-Beverly Act, your lemon vehicle or product may not exceed a reasonable number of repairs and/or be in the repair shop for longer than 30 non-consecutive days. Once you find that your lemon has been in repair for an extended period of time, you may seek legal assistance to help you learn of your rights and have a strong, expert team fight the manufacturer on your behalf.
Read more on the California Lemon Law Process to see if you qualify.
Contact us today at 888-536-6628 and speak to one of our knowledgeable attorneys. Our team of lemon law specialists and lawyers can help you determine whether the delay due to unavailable parts is a violation of the manufacturer’s warranty. Your consultation is FREE and your will never pay legal fees. According to the California Lemon Law, your legal fees are the responsibility of the manufacturer.