Florida’s Lemon Lawyers Protect You in the Purchase of a Defective Vehicle

What do you do when life hands you a lemon? Don’t make lemonade. If that new car you bought is a lemon, call the lemon law attorneys at the number below.

But what if you bought that lemon used? Does that mean you’re stuck with a defective vehicle? Not necessarily. Even though there is no Florida lemon law for used cars, you may still be able to make a successful claim for recovery. Call the number below for a FREE case review.

So, is a Used Car That is a Lemon Not Covered?

Although the Florida Lemon Law only covers new vehicles, a federal lemon law called the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act covers consumer product warranties. This law protects consumers by making it easier to claim for a breach of warranty after purchasing a “lemon.” There are three requirements to ensure coverage for the vehicle under this act:

  • Only written warranties titled “full” or “limited” are covered.
  • The coverage the warranties provide must use language that is easy to understand.
  • Warranties must be available wherever the product covered is sold.

Any consumer product sold, including cars, comes with an implied warranty. The implied warranty assures that a vehicle is safe and reasonably free from defects.

Call the number below to understand how the implied warranty affects your used vehicle in Florida.

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Find out more about the Florida lemon law for used cars by visiting Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center online or calling toll-free (866) 388-8290.

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