State lemon laws have been created to protect consumers when they have purchased a defective vehicle. Typically, a lemon law requires a manufacturer to provide a refund or replacement for a defective new vehicle that is not repaired within a reasonable number of attempts. Most such laws provide for refund or replacement when a substantial defect cannot be fixed in four tries, a safety defect within two tries or the auto is out of service for 30 days, within the first 12-18,000 miles/12-24 months...

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