Engine failure on a leased car may get you paid compensation. Having engine failure on a leased car might mean that your car is a lemon. You may have heard about the lemon law, but what does it really mean and how does it work? I will explain what you need to know in this article.
Generally, engine failure on a leased car if not properly repaired or replaced by the manufacturer within a reasonable number of repair visits or days, may constitute a lemon law case. A lemon law case may entitle the car customer to the manufacturer buying back the vehicle and paying the customer compensation.
There are many benefits to the lemon law when your engine is having problems. Engine problems can be dangerous and can lead to car accidents, fires, and other problems. By returning a defective vehicle and getting paid buyback compensation, it may be a lot safer for you and your family.
Leased cars and purchased cars can both qualify under the lemon law. Either way, the engine problem repairs must generally occur during the warranty period or extended warranty period. Otherwise, other than some limited situations, if your car is not under warranty the duty of the manufacturer is a lot more limited.
So, it is very important to get your car engine repairs done as soon as possible as soon as you are having any problems. If after they fix or replace your engine problems come back, you should let them know and get your engine fixed or repaired again. Driving with a defective engine is very dangerous.
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