Alabama Lemon Law
A fear of new car buyers is that the car will turn out to be a lemon. In Alabama, the lemon law covers new cars that no matter how much time, effort and money you put into repairing it, the car always seems to have a problem.
A defect, by Alabama law, is considered to be a "nonconforming condition" or a condition of the care that does not conform with any express warranty that the manufacturer made to the consumer that significantly impairs the use, value or safety of the vehicle and arises from the ordinary use of the vehicle rather than abuse, neglect or alteration or any accident that occurred after the consumer got the vehicle. If a new car does not conform with an express warranty and the consumer delivers it to the manufacturer or agent, the manufacturer is obligated to repair the vehicle.
If you bought a car that turned out to be a lemon and the dealer isn't working with you to get your new car repaired, give The Cochran Firm – Dothan a call for a free consultation and case evaluation today: (334) 673-1555.