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LemonLawUSA.org is a FREE online resource to educate consumers who feel that they have fallen victim to the purchase of a defective automobile and are seeking help. We are here to help you.

Have You Been Sold A Lemon? We Can Help!

Did you know that every state has "lemon laws" which are put in place to support those who have been sold defective automobile?

LemonLawUSA.org is a FREE online resource to educate consumers who feel that they have fallen victim to the purchase of a defective automobile and are seeking help. We feel it is imparative that you are informed of your rights under the lemon law, and we are here to help you.


In fact, lemon laws cover more than just cars- many types of automobiles are governed by lemon laws, including:



Under a lemon law, an automobile you have purchased may be repurchased or replaced by the manufacturer at absolutely no cost to you. Of course, under the lemon law, there are certain criteria one must meet to take advantage of the protection under the lemon law.

To find out if you're eligable for benefits under the lemon law, visit our lemon law eligibility page.

In addition to the information given by LemonLawUSA.org, there is also a program that has been established since 1978 and has helped over two million consumers who have met the eligibility to be protected under the lemon law. This program is called the BBB Auto Line.

As with most laws, the details of each lemon law vary from state to state. However, we have seup all of the specific information regarding the lemon laws for every single state- including yours.

To find out more about lemon laws in your area, choose your state as shown in the lower portion of this page.

Lemon Law Facts

Each year, approximately 150,000 vehicles sold are lemons. Although each state has its own lemon laws, there are some general qualifications that one must meet to qualify for protection under a lemon law.


If you qualify under the protection of the lemon law, you may be entitled to a refund or replacement. Not only that, but your sales taxes, licensing fees, vehicle title fees, registration fees, rental car fees, towing fees as well as attourney fees, finance and interest charges can all be refunded!

Unfortunately, many consumers who purchase a lemon never know the truth about the lemon law.

To find out more about lemon laws in your area, choose your state below:

Alabama Lemon Law
Alaska Lemon Law
Arizona Lemon Law
Arkansas Lemon Law
California Lemon Law
Colorado Lemon Law
Connecticut Lemon Law
Delaware Lemon Law
District of Columbia Lemon Law
Florida Lemon Law
Georgia Lemon Law
Hawaii Lemon Law
Idaho Lemon Law
Illinois Lemon Law
Indiana Lemon Law
Iowa Lemon Law
Kansas Lemon Law
Kentucky Lemon Law
Louisiana Lemon Law
Maine Lemon Law
Maryland Lemon Law
Massachusetts Lemon Law
Michigan Lemon Law
Minnesota Lemon Law
Mississippi Lemon Law
Missouri Lemon Law
Montana Lemon Law
Nebraska Lemon Law
Nevada Lemon Law
New Hampshire Lemon Law
New Jersey Lemon Law
New Mexico Lemon Law
New York Lemon Law
North Carolina Lemon Law
North Dakota Lemon Law
Ohio Lemon Law
Oklahoma Lemon Law
Oregon Lemon Law
Pennsylvania Lemon Law
Rhode Island Lemon Law
South Carolina Lemon Law
South Dakota Lemon Law
Tennessee Lemon Law
Texas Lemon Law
Utah Lemon Law
Vermont Lemon Law
Virginia Lemon Law
Washington Lemon Law
West Virginia Lemon Law
Wisconsin Lemon Law
Wyoming Lemon Law


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Lemon Laws By State

You can view the complete laws and statutes of the lemon laws in your state by selecting your state from the list below:


Alabama Lemon Law
Alaska Lemon Law
Arizona Lemon Law
Arkansas Lemon Law
California Lemon Law
Colorado Lemon Law
Connecticut Lemon Law
Delaware Lemon Law
District of Columbia Lemon Law
Florida Lemon Law
Georgia Lemon Law
Hawaii Lemon Law
Idaho Lemon Law
Illinois Lemon Law
Indiana Lemon Law
Iowa Lemon Law
Kansas Lemon Law
Kentucky Lemon Law
Louisiana Lemon Law
Maine Lemon Law
Maryland Lemon Law
Massachusetts Lemon Law
Michigan Lemon Law
Minnesota Lemon Law
Mississippi Lemon Law
Missouri Lemon Law
Montana Lemon Law
Nebraska Lemon Law
Nevada Lemon Law
New Hampshire Lemon Law
New Jersey Lemon Law
New Mexico Lemon Law
New York Lemon Law
North Carolina Lemon Law
North Dakota Lemon Law
Ohio Lemon Law
Oklahoma Lemon Law
Oregon Lemon Law
Pennsylvania Lemon Law
Rhode Island Lemon Law
South Carolina Lemon Law
South Dakota Lemon Law
Tennessee Lemon Law
Texas Lemon Law
Utah Lemon Law
Vermont Lemon Law
Virginia Lemon Law
Washington Lemon Law
West Virginia Lemon Law
Wisconsin Lemon Law
Wyoming Lemon Law
Introduction to California Lemon Law
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