When people purchase a new automobile, there is a certain level of expectation that the vehicle will operate correctly. However, on occasion, the auto may be defective, and it fails to work properly. This can be a huge inconvenience for the car owner as they are relying on the auto to help them travel from one destination to another. Not only will the individual be without a reliable form of transportation, but they can also experience financial loss when they have a car payment that needs to be paid. In addition to purchasing a new car to replace the defective one if the dealership or manufacturer is unwilling to compensate them for a faulty auto. Fortunately, the Kansas Lemon Law was established to help consumers avoid the financial impact of purchasing a defective automobile.
Possible Remedies for Purchasing a Lemon
When an automobile fails to operate correctly or is deemed defective, the auto dealership or manufacturer is required by law to fix the vehicle in a reasonable amount of time. If they fail to make the necessary repairs, the Kansas Lemon Law requires the manufacturer to repurchase the auto back from the owner or replace it with an equivalent automobile. In addition to replacing or purchasing the vehicle back, the manufacturer can be responsible for compensating the consumer for any expenses they incur due to a defective auto such as car rental costs, financial payment, taxes, and towing fees.
Consult an Attorney Today to Learn if You are Protected by the Lemon Law
Did you recently purchase a new auto that failed to operate? Perhaps, you are exhausted from working with the manufacturer or dealership to find a reasonable solution to your problem. If so, Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® is there to provide the vital information you require to protect yourself from financial loss after purchasing a faulty automobile.
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