When you purchase a truck or car, you have expectations. Not only do you want it to look good, you want to know that it is going to run well. The last thing you need is to break down at the side of the road. The worst is when you run into problems again and again. If you recently purchased a vehicle that off the road more than it is on the road. West Virginia Lemon Law is here to help consumers like you who have purchased a vehicle that proves to be faulty.
Find Out if You are Still Protected by a Warranty Agreement
When you buy a new vehicle, it is protected by the manufacturer’s warranty for a set amount of time or miles. If you buy a used vehicle from a dealership, you can expect a 30-day warranty from the dealership. In addition to that agreement, you may still have coverage from the manufacturer if you are still within the limited time or mileage frame. If your vehicle is bought in a private sale, the same holds true about the original warranty offered by the manufacturer. If you believe your vehicle is still covered and you are dissatisfied with its performance, you may be able to get compensation for your troubles under West Virginia Lemon Law.
Discuss Your Options with a Legal Expert
A lawyer who specializes in the Lemon Law can assist you in determining if your purchase is protected under West Virginia Lemon Law. To learn more, visit Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center®.