Archive for October 15, 2013
Are you wondering just how protected you are under NY state laws when you’re buying a vehicle? Many car purchases are covered by New York State Lemon Laws. These laws help protect consumers from fraud. Lemon cars are cars that are only discovered defective after they’ve been purchased. Here are three things you should know about these laws, and whether or not they can help you out.
1. Is Every Car Protected?
No, though many are. For your car to be eligible for a Lemon Law case, your car needs to be leased, bought, transferred or currently registered within the state by the first two years or 18,000 miles. Lemon cars can be either new or used, and need to be covered by warranty during the original delivery. The driver must also be unable to drive their car for at least 30 days. Bef