If you have bought a car that already had a previous owner, you may think any type of mechanical failure won’t have warranty protection. This especially holds true if you bought your car from the owner. If you bought your vehicle from a dealership that sells preowned vehicles, you should at least have protection for 30 days. If you have a new vehicle, the manufacturer provides you coverage that is more comprehensive under warranty. You may be surprised to find that the Virginia Lemon Law is on your side. The best way to find out is to ask an attorney to do your research for you.
You Could Get Money Back in Your Pocket
If you have been laying out money for repairs, you’ve had to pay for a rental vehicle, or you are paying high monthly payments for a vehicle that doesn’t work, you owe it to yourself to find out if the Virginia Lemon Law is on your side. Pick up the phone and talk to a lawyer who has worked with Lemon Law cases in the past.
Knowledge is Power
The Virginia Lemon Law can provide you with the support you need to get money for your frustration with a vehicle that isn’t any good. Your attorney will look into any coverage that should be honored for your vehicle. In the end, you may drive away in a vehicle that satisfies you or you may be awarded the cash you need to buy another one. Find out what the Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® recommends by visiting their website.