Trucks Lemon Law Lawyers in Kentucky
Do you think you might have a truck lemon? Our Kentucky truck lemon law lawyers can help you find out the truth.
The Kentucky lemon law covers cars, trucks or vans normally used on the highway and which have two axles. A Kentucky truck lemon law lawyer can assist you with your personal vehicle specifications.
Kentucky Truck Lemon Law Lawyers
If you answer “yes” to any of these three questions, then you probably have a lemon truck! Contact our truck lemon law lawyers in Kentucky for assistance. A Kentucky truck lemon law lawyer is waiting to help you with your particular situation.
When it comes to trucks and vans, there are three definitions of what Lemon Trucks can be.
- First, the manufacturer has to live up to their warranty for the life of their warranty, no matter how long that may be. When you have a problem with a truck, and it’s covered by the warranty, your only obligation is to give them a chance to fix it. Their obligation is to get it fixed. If they don’t get it fixed within a reasonable amount of time or a reasonable number of chances, you can get to the point where you no longer have any faith in the reliability of the vehicle or the ability of the dealer to fix it right. Then, you can say that as far as you are concerned the warranty has been breached and you want your money back. You don’t have to let the dealer tinker around trying to figure it out. Did they fail to get every defect fixed within a reasonable chance?
Then there are two more tests that all apply during the first 12 months or 12,000 miles (whichever comes first) after the vehicle is first delivered new:
- Has the same defect been subject to repair attempts four times and it didn’t get fixed by the end of the fourth attempt?
- Has your truck been out of service because of the same defect for a total of at least 30 days?
If you answered “yes” to any of these three questions, then you probably have a lemon truck!
Not all trucks are lemon trucks, but there are other laws that you can probably use to get you out of a bad truck or a bad deal.
For a free case review, please fax your sales contract, finance contract and repair orders. Fax us today at 937.432.9503. You can also email us or telephone us toll-free at 1-888-331-6422
Was Your Truck or Van Damaged Before You Bought It?
Motor Vehicle Dealers are required by law to be honest with you. Kentucky law can require a Dealer to fully disclose prior repaired damage before you make the purchase.
When the retail cost was more than $1,000 and the damage occurred while the Dealer had the vehicle, the law requires the Dealer to give the Buyer a written statement of the vehicle damage and have the Buyer sign the damage disclosure statement.
If you were lied to by a car dealer, or if you just have a lemon, contact us for a free case review.
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