Lemon Laws and Consumer Statutes

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Lemon Laws & Consumer Statutes

Understanding the Lemon Law

State Lemon Law Statutes

Lemon Law Resources

  • Lemon Law America – a national website that informs consumers on Lemon Laws for each state and provides consumer links to Lemon Law attorneys, many of whom offer free legal representation.
  • International Association of Lemon Law Administrators – an organization dedicated to ensuring an honest, safe, informed marketplace, and promoting consumer and business responsibility in a competitive economy.
  • The Lemon Checker – Use our Lemon Checker to see if you're driving a lemon. Answer a few quick questions and get results in seconds.
  • The Car Complaint Index is updated every year by consumer advocate Jack Gillis from the Center for Auto Safety featuring the vehicles that receive the most complaints.
  • Lemon Dodger Worksheet – Before buying a used car, use or print out this "Lemon Dodger" worksheet to help you avoid problems BEFORE they occur.
  • Lemon Survival Kit – Following these five tips when dealing with dealership service managers may help you while your vehicle is in the shop for repair.
  • Lemon Law Newsroom – Get the latest news on the Lemon Law and breach of warranty concerns.

Consumer Statutes

  • Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) – The FDCPA is a federal law that protects consumers from debt collector harassment. Provided by Kimmel & Silverman.
  • The Telephone Consumer Protection Act, passed in 1991, protects consumers from unwanted, unsolicited telemarketing and collection calls. Provided by Kimmel & Silverman.
  • Motor Vehicle Cost Information Act – a Kimmel & Silverman site with information about Odometer Rollback (ODO Rollback), a common dealer fraud practice. Provided by Kimmel & Silverman.
  • Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) – The FMLA entitles eligible employees of covered employers to take unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons with continuation of group health insurance coverage under the same terms and conditions as if the employee had not taken leave.

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