Tesla is an electronic vehicle (EV) and clean manufacturing company based in California. Founded in 2003, it is still a relatively young automaker but has quickly become the world’s biggest EV manufacturer. Tesla vehicles are becoming more common on U.S. roads and amongst our lemon law cases. The Tesla brand and the technology behind it is new and inconsistent. Tesla vehicles tend to jump unpredictably around automobile ranking lists and recommendations as the company sends out updates or tweaks its technology. Tesla purchasers take a leap of faith when they buy a Tesla but they are still entitled to a functional vehicle. Lemon laws apply to electric vehicles too, and if your Tesla is defective, you may be entitled to a replacement vehicle or cash reimbursement. Contact our experienced team at Timothy Abeel & Associates to find out your legal rights.
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