Facebook and Forums, Do Not Post

If you are thinking about starting a lemon law case, you really should not post anything on a social media website or an auto forum chat room. It is fine for you to browse these sites and look at what other people are posting, but if you post anything on a site like bimmerworld, bimmerfest, caddychat, jettajunkie, benzworld, nissanclub, gmtruckclub, or even on your own facebook page … [Read more...]

Oil Consumption, what does this mean?

Has your "low oil" warning light been illuminating on your dash board? Are you seeing drops of oil on your garage floor? If the answer to either of these questions is yes, you must take your vehicle to the dealership right away to have it checked for an oil leak. If the dealership finds that there is no oil leak, you need to ask them to begin an oil consumption test. A certain … [Read more...]

It is Essential to Have Your Warranty Repairs Properly Documented

The best evidence in making a lemon law claim in California is the repair order and subsequent repair invoice provided to you by the dealership. When you take your car into the dealership for a warranty repair, make sure that your service advisor accurately records your complaints on the repair order and make sure that you do not leave the dealership without a copy of the repair … [Read more...]

Landmark Lemon Law Decision

Consumers May Bring Lemon Law Cases Even If They No Longer Own the Vehicle About ten months ago, the California Court of Appeals for the Fourth Appellate District made a landmark ruling in the case of Juanita Martinez v. Kia Motors America, Inc. The Court ruled that the Song Beverly Consumer Warranty Act (the California Lemon Law) does not require that the consumer maintain … [Read more...]