Warranty (“Lemon”) Law

The Information age should result in safer products and more fairness in the market. Companies can track the performance of their products and consumers can share information about products good or bad and learn from other’s experiences.

When companies learn of defects, but fail to act–or worse–conceal the problem, people suffer economic harm in receiving something less valuable than what they paid for and risk harm to themselves, their loved ones, and everyone else on the road. Unfortunately for some companies, it’s become a way of doing business.

One comedian’s take on something that’s not so funny if you own a vehicle that the manufacture can’t or won’t repair.

Stop driving a dangerous vehicle that hasn’t been reapired under warranty.

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Warranty Law

California Law:

Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act: Cal. Civ. Code § 1790 et seq.

Federal Law:

Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act: 15 U.S.C. § 2301