Car Care & Driving

What To Know About The Arkansas Lemon Law (2022)

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The lemon law in Arkansas states that a vehicle with a “substantial defect” that affects the use, safety, or value of the vehicle and makes the vehicle non-conformant with the warranty must be repaired to satisfactory condition within a reasonable number of attempts or days. If the manufacturer cannot repair the vehicle, it must replace …

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What To Know About The Kentucky Lemon Law (2022)

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The lemon law in Kentucky states that a vehicle with a defect that “substantially impairs” the use, value, or safety of the vehicle and makes it non-conforming with the manufacturer’s express warranty must be repaired to satisfactory condition within a reasonable number of attempts or days. If the manufacturer cannot repair the vehicle, it must …

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What To Know About The Connecticut Lemon Law (2022)

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The Connecticut lemon law dictates that a vehicle with a defect that “substantially impairs” its use, safety, or value must be repaired to satisfactory condition within a reasonable number of attempts or days. If the manufacturer cannot repair the vehicle, they must replace the vehicle a comparable new car or buy back the vehicle for …

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Connecticut Used Car Warranty & Return Laws (2022)

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Buying a used car is always a trickier prospect than buying a new car. New cars come with more built-in protections (express warranties) and Connecticut laws regarding new cars are stricter. But, while it’s always riskier to buy a used vehicle, Connecticut does have some used car laws that can help. Connecticut Used Car Warranty …

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What To Know About The Oregon Lemon Law (2022)

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The Oregon lemon law dictates that a vehicle with a defect “significant enough to substantially reduce the vehicle’s use, value, or safety” must be repaired to satisfactory condition within a reasonable number of attempts or days. If the manufacturer cannot repair the vehicle, they must replace the vehicle with the same (or a similar enough) …

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