In an ideal world, consumers can purchase an automobile that operates perfectly. However, in the real world, this does not always happen, and the new car owner purchases a defective automobile. When an automobile is defective, it can affect the safety of the auto and ability to operate correctly. In addition to decreasing the value of the vehicle substantially that can create a financial loss for the owner. When a person purchases an automobile, there is a level of expectation on how the auto will perform and when it fails to perform correctly the South Carolina lemon law protects them from enduring the financial burden.
Steps to Take if You Have Purchased a Lemon
* Inform the manufacturer of the problem and provide them with a reasonable amount of time to repair the issue.
* The company has three opportunities to fix the same problem before the auto can be determined a lemon.
* If the car is inoperable for 30 or more days, the manufacturer can be responsible for purchasing the auto back or replacing it with an equivalent vehicle under the South Carolina lemon law.
* If the manufacturer fails to meet the above requirements, you should contact an attorney to assist you with formally notifying the company of the problems and your rights as a consumer.
Obtain a Remedy for a Faulty Car with a Knowledgeable Attorney
Lemon laws can be complex and if the process is not followed correctly, it can jeopardize your chance of obtaining financial relief from a defective automobile. Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® provides two decades of experience in handling lemon law cases and working with manufacturers to obtain reasonable compensation for the faulty car. They can provide the assistance you require to ensure the right steps are taken to successfully be compensated. Visit them online at www.yourlemonlawrights.com/south-carolina-lemon-law