Kentucky Used Car Law
Our used car Kentucky lemon law lawyers will help you understand the Used Car Lemon Law and what your legal rights are.
Kentucky has a Used Car Lemon Law.
The Magnuson Moss Warranty Act was the first “lemon” law ever passed and it can cover your used car and our used car Lemon Law lawyers know how to use it. If you get any written warranty at all when you get your used car, then this Used Vehicle Warranty law protects you too. It requires that the warrantor repair within a reasonable number of attempts and within a reasonable amount of time. If your vehicle is in the shop too long , or too many times, then you may be entitled to your money back or a refunded part of the price. Contact our used car lemon law attorneys today.
There is no mileage limit and it doesn’t matter how old the automobile is when you buy it. The only question is, did you get a warranty or a service contract from the dealer? If so, then you may have more legal rights than you think — and a lot more legal rights than the dealer may admit too.
Was Your Car Damaged Before You Bought It and No One Told You About It?
Motor Vehicle Dealers in Kentucky are required by law to be honest with you. Kentucky law can require a car Dealer to fully disclose prior repaired damage before you make the
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 sign the damage disclosure statement too.
If you were lied to by a car dealer, or if you just have a lemon, contact us for a free case review. Call or email us today for free Lemon Law help.
Bottom Line: You Probably Have More Legal Rights Than You Know About.
If your used car turns out to be a “lemon”, the odds are that Kentucky has a law that can protect and help you get your money back or a new vehicle. To find out more, contact us.
Recalls Still Have to be Fixed for Free.
Even when your vehicle is out of warranty, if a safety defect recall exists the manufacturer still has to repair it for free. To find our more about Recalls, click here. If they won’t or can’t fix it, or if they try to charge you for the repairs, contact us.