Kentucky Motorcycle Lemon Law

If you have a lemon motorcycle or a lemon ATV, then in Kentucky the Federal Lemon Law can cover you. Under the Federal Lemon Law you may be entitled to damages or your money back. If the manufacturer does not agree to do it, then you can also make them pay your attorney fees if you have to fight them in court. If you think you have a bad all terrain vehicle or a bad motorcycle, email us today on call us right now our Toll Free Lemon Motorcycle phone line, 1.888.331.6422, for a free Kentucky lemon motorcycle case review.


Every state has a Lemon Law and most will cover a motorcycle. Kentucky’s state lemon law does not but that is okay because the Federal Motorcycle Lemon Law can cover you and it is one of the strongest lemon laws in the country.

The Federal Motorcycle Lemon Law has two definitions of a lemon bike or a lemon all terrain vehicle.

First, did the manufacturer live up to the warranty for the life of the warranty? In other words did they fix every defect within a reasonable amount of time?

Second, did the manufacturer fix each defect in your motorcycle or ATV within a reasonable number of chances? If your answer is “no” to either question, then you have a lemon and you can get federal lemon law help from our experienced Kentucky Lemon Law lawyers.


You only need to fit any one of these two different definitions of a lemon motorcycle or a lemon ATV. If you do, then you have a right to make the manufacturer pay you damages or give you back your money. Your choice. In fact, the law is so strong that many manufacturers offer to replace your bike or ATV with a new one.

If the manufacturer won’t replace your lemon motorcycle, or won’t buy back your bad bike, then you need our Free Help.

Call our Lemon Help Line at 1-888-331-6422

Or email us.

Or get a Free Case Review by clicking here.

Or fax your sales contract, finance contract and repair orders to 1-937-432-9503.

Remember, life is too short to put up with a bad bike. Especially when you don’t have to.

Contact us for your case review.