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Serious Problems with Your New Vehicle Out of the Gate – That’s What Lemon Law Is For
Lemon laws give consumers power and protection when huge automakers do not repair their defective vehicle.
Can’t Get the Parts for Your Vehicle Repair? You May Be Protected By Lemon Laws.
The auto industry was one of the first to feel the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020. Even before the first cases were announced in the U.S., mandated closures and travel restrictions in other countries disrupted the supply chain of U.S. automakers. According to U.S. Department of Commerce statistics, imported auto parts totaled $155.8 billion in 2019, with the biggest suppliers to the U.S. auto industry being Mexico, Canada, and China. Virtually every automaker was affected.
Common Four Door Sedan Defects
Although automakers are currently producing a number of high-quality four door sedans, with millions of these vehicles on the road, defects are inevitable. Nonetheless, manufacturers have an obligation to ensure that the cars they provide to consumers are safe and reliable. They also must issue recalls when defects are detected internally or by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Nissan Automatic Emergency Braking System Stops Short of Expectations
Every driver knows how frustrating it is to have their front seat passenger dramatically grab the door and stomp on an imaginary brake pedal when they think the driver isn’t braking fast enough.
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