Lemon Law for Motorcycles
When most people think about the terms “lemon law”, they think that it only refers to cars. However, lemon law also protects consumers who had purchased a motorcycle. Motorcycles are considered “consumer goods”, and thus, the California Lemon Law specifically protects these products (including motorcycles) in case they experience various issues that cannot be repaired within a reasonable number of attempts.
- The same problem resulted in a “safety issue” that could cause serious injury or death if the motorcycle is driven, and an attempt was made to repair the motorcycle at least two or more times by the manufacturer or its dealerships (since motorcycles are inherently dangerous, issues that motorcycles experience are more often than not issues that can affect the safety of the rider); Or
- An attempt was made at least 4 or more times by the manufacturer to repair a non safety-related issue; or
- The motorcycle was not in service because of the repair attempt by the manufacturer or its agents for a total of more than 30 days cumulative,since the vehicle was purchased or leased.
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