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Archive for ‘repair invoices’


The Importance of The Repair Invoice

June 03, 2010 By: LemonLaw Category: Lemon Law, records, repair invoices, Warranty

I hope I don’t sound like a broken record, but we cannot stress the importance of repair invoices. A young lady called today on the 1800 LEMON LAW hotline  to complain about the water leaks in her Jeep–she has been there too many times to count.  Now, anyone who reads our blog knows that we… Read More


Do I Have A Case? Answer These Three Questions.

November 19, 2009 By: LemonLaw Category: Car Lemon Law, repair invoices

Every day, we receive numerous inquiries both online and on our 1-800-LEMON-LAW hotline from distressed drivers with one simple question: Do I have a case? To figure out whether you are entitled to remedy under State Lemon Laws or Federal Warranty Statutes, answer these three questions: 1) Do you have an original or extended manufacturers… Read More


The “Can Not Duplicate” Conundrum

March 27, 2009 By: LemonLaw Category: Consumer Rights, dealerships, Defective Car, maintenance, records, repair invoices, Warranty

More and more consumers are calling into the 1-800 LEMON LAW hotline with a problem that “can not be duplicated” by the service department.  Whether it be braking, a sensor light, an alignment issue or a strange noise in the engine, nothing is more frustrating than having a well-intentioned service adviser tell you that they… Read More


Throwing Out Invoices? You Could Be Throwing Out $$$!

February 19, 2009 By: LemonLaw Category: Car Lemon Law, engine sludge, oil changes, records, repair invoices

When filing a lemon law or breach of warranty claim, there are two things you should have in your possession to ensure maximum remedy. REPAIR INVOICES which clearly outline that you have continuously brought this matter to the manufacturers’ attention.  These invoices should outline specifically what you complained about, and the service manager should allow… Read More