What happens if your leased car breaks down? Sometimes, what happens if your leased car breaks down, is that the manufacturer might end up owing the consumer money compensation. However, there are usually important requirements before the consumer has what is called a “lemon law” case against the manufacturer.
Generally, what happens if your leased car breaks down while under warranty and the dealership is unable to properly repair or replace the vehicle within a reasonable number of repair visits or days is that the manufacturer might be liable to the consumer for lemon law compensation legal case.
It is very understandable that you want to know what happens when you are driving a leased car and it breaks down. After all, leased cars are expensive and you probably got the car because you thought it was going to be more reliable than your old car or a used car. Unfortunately, you may be experiencing a leased car with problems that might even be breaking down.
Leased Car Breaks Down
Your leased car breaking down only one is generally not enough for a lemon law case unless the dealership takes a long time to repair the vehicle, usually 30 days or more. However, that’s not the only way to qualify.
On the other hand, if your car has had problems on multiple different occasions, and has had multiple repairs or inspections, that can be a different way to qualify for the lemon law. This way even if your repairs were spread out over time you can still have a lemon law case in many situations.
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