Texas residents like things big in the Lone Star State – unless they are having big problems with a new vehicle. If you purchased a new car, truck, motorcycle or SUV in Texas that has persistent problems the dealer seems unable or unwilling to repair, you could have a lemon on your hands. Help is available – Lemon Larry can connect you with a Texas lemon law attorney that can help you.
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Texas Lemon Laws and You
In order for your vehicle to qualify as a lemon under the Texas consumer protection lemon laws, the vehicle must meet these conditions:
- It must have a substantial manufacturing defect
- The defect must be covered by the manufacturer’s warranty
- The defect must be reported to the manufacturer during the warranty period
- The dealer must be provided with a reasonable number of opportunities to correct the defect
- The defect must persist and substantially impair the vehicle’s value, use or create a serious safety hazard
Sometimes these cases can encounter a snag over the “reasonable number of opportunities” clause in the law. Texas has solved that issue with specific guidelines for determining a “reasonable number” of repair attempts.
- The Four-Times Test: The vehicle has been to the dealer for the same defect four times within the first 24 months or 24,000 miles without a successful resolution.
- The Serious Safety-Hazard Test: The vehicle has been to the dealer for repair of a serious safety hazard twice during the first 24 months or 24,000 miles without a successful repair.
- The Thirty-Day Test: The vehicle has been out of service for at least 30 days because of an unrepaired defect that is covered by the original manufacturer’s warranty.
These guidelines are general in nature and can have other factors that impact how they apply in your case. A Texas lemon law attorney can explain more and help you build a solid claim against the manufacturer.
Find an Experienced Lemon Law Claim Lawyer
In addition to helping you file a claim to resolve your lemon law vehicle issue, your Texas lemon law claim lawyer does not charge you a fee for services. Under Texas law, the manufacturer must cover all legal fees if you win your claim. You could receive a judgment that provides:
- Adequate repairs
- A Replacement Vehicle
All for FREE! Complete our 7-question assessment, and see if you qualify. If so, Lemon Larry will immediately connect you with a qualified, experienced Texas lemon law attorney in Dallas, Houston and the surrounding areas that can guide you through the entire claims process.
How Do I File a Texas Lemon Law Claim for My Defective Vehicle?
First, you must collect evidence to prove your vehicle meets the lemon law requirements in Texas. The best way to do this is to keep every service record concerning the issue from the dealer. Every time you take the vehicle to the dealer for service on the recurring problem, they make a record of all actions and services they perform. You are usually given a copy of this record. You may also ask the dealer for a complete printout of the entire service record dealing with your vehicle’s problem or problems.
Next, complete the Lemon Larry 7-question online assessment to see if your case qualifies for assistance. If so, you will be connected with a reputable Texas lemon law attorney near you that can guide you through the claims process. What are you waiting for? Get started on the assessment now!