Is Mediation Required for a Lemon Law Dispute?
Everyone has heard the term “lemon” to describe a car that doesn’t work well or breaks down all the time, but many people may not realize that there’s an actual “lemon law” in the state of California to protect consumers when they unwittingly buy a defective car from a manufacturer or dealer. However, just because the car you bought is having some issues doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll qualify for protection under this law.
Can I Demand a Refund Instead of a Replacement Vehicle?
If your vehicle is a lemon because the manufacturer cannot fix a warranty defect after a reasonable number of repair attempts, you are probably aware of your right to obtain a replacement vehicle. But can you demand a refund instead of a replacement vehicle?
John Oliver on Subprime Auto Lending
Financing can be a great tool, used wisely, and sometimes it can even be necessary to live in the United States. However, the finance industry is rife with people looking to take advantage of others, especially those who are already impoverished. John Oliver gives some details on this phenomenon.