Taking back your 揕EMON?or compensating you for your inconvenience is the
Legal obligation of the car company. Unfortunately, this costs them money and
many will go to great lengths to keep you from taking advantage of your rights
under the Lemon Laws.
Here are five (5) common "tricks" car companies use to avoid their Legal
obligations to consumers:
?Dealer Trick #1 - Saying you do not have the right number of repair
The Law is very specific in regards to this matter. But dealers commonly
mis-code the reason for the visit so it "appears" that you have not been there
for the same reason Autel
?Dealer Trick #2 - Saying the defect never existed or it抯 not the same
This is one of our favorites - the old "Loophole." A bit insulting isn't it -
as if you were imagining the car breaking down on Interstate 70.
?Dealer Trick #3 - Saying the defect is not "Substantial."
The fact is that the defect does not need to be substantial under the Federal
Lemon Law Autel
Maxisys MS908CV. The defect must substantially impair the use, value or
safety under the State Lemon Law only. And you do not want the dealer
determining if it was "substantial" anyway!
?Dealer Trick #4 - Saying the consumer abused or neglected the vehicle.
This is the quick "responsibility shift"- your fault not ours. This is
typically a bunch of baloney. For example, if the vehicle is advertised as an
off road vehicle, it can be taken off road. If you have kept reasonable service
records this "trick" is easily dealt with.
?Dealer Trick #5 - Saying "That's Normal" or "They All Do That."
Today's vehicles should be reliable and operate as advertised. Settling for
defects you "can live with" was never part of the bargain when you bought your