What happens if the dealership can’t fix my car under warranty is a very common and important question. You have good legal options available to you if you find yourself in this situation. However, there are important requirements to consider.
What happens if the dealership can’t fix my car under warranty is that the dealership may be required to either repair the car or replace the vehicle with another vehicle. If the dealership fails to successfully repair or replace the vehicle, it may be required to buy back the vehicle and pay you compensation through a lemon law buyback reimbursement.
Additionally, it matters what the problem with the problem is. Is the problem something serious that impacts the use, safety, or value of the car? If it is something serious, it increase the strength of your potential lemon law or auto fraud case. If it is a minor issue, it unfortunately might not qualify for a lemon law buyback.
Under Warranty, Dealership Can’t Fix My Car.
Attorney Jimmy Hanaie represents individuals that are in fact going through these types of scenarios. There are so many issues when dealing with dealerships and automobile manufacturers.
Unfortunately vehicles have a lot of problems and defects. These defects can cause car accidents as well if not taken care of properly. This can make the driver of the vehicle liable. However, sometimes you ask the dealership to repair problems of the vehicle and they are unable to fix the issue leaving you confused.
In other situations, it just might be taking a very long time for them to fix the problem. For example, they might be telling you that they cannot duplicate the problem or might of had your vehicle for a month or more. Instead of fixing the problem, they might be delaying and causing things to be worse.
Get a free consultation with our law firm and discuss how you may be able to legally make the manufacturer buyback your lemon law or defective vehicle and pay you compensation. Call (800) 400-5050.