Can someone help me trying to find out what I can do because a dealership is risking my life by returning my car without brakes already 3times?

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Can someone help me trying to find out what I can do because a dealership is risking my life by returning my car without brakes already 3times?

The breaks of my car have been going out on me & dealership is fixing it under warranty they claim to fix the problem but not even a mth passes by when the breaks aren’t working anymore & warranty is about to finish I’ve had to take it 3 times in less than a year…

Asked on June 16, 2009 under Insurance Law, Texas

Answers:

B. B., Member, New Jersey Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 12 years ago | Contributor

You need to get in touch with the Texas Department Of Transportation about a Texas Lemon Law claim, as soon as possible, and you can get more details about that on their website.

I don't practice law in your state, so I don't know the details of that law.  But in most states, three unsuccessful attempts to fix the same problem usually qualifies your car for coverage under "lemon laws" where they exist.

The State's complaint procedure is a good thing, but you may also have the right to handle this in court.  Either way, it would make a lot of sense to talk to an attorney, who can give you reliable advice based on all of the facts of your case.  One place to find a lawyer is our website, http://attorneypages.com


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