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Lemon laws exist nationwide as protective legal mechanisms for consumers purchasing used cars; these laws entitle consumers to safe cars free of unknown faults and defects. In the United States, lemon laws cover consumer...

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The used car lemon law declares that a car is a "lemon" if it has required four or more repairs during the warranty period or has been unusable for 30 days during that time. The exact specifications differ by state, but ...

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As of 2015, the length of time a buyer has to report a vehicle under the lemon law varies from state to state. However, most states require the vehicle be reported either within a certain length of time or before it has ...

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Lemon laws for used-car buyers only exist in six states as of March 2015. These states provide a statutory used-car warranty based on the age or mileage of the vehicle. If the vehicle exhibits issues during the warranty ...

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Some states have laws that allow consumers to reinstate their car loans, essentially buying back the vehicle after it is repossessed, according to the Federal Trade Commission. To do so, the consumer must pay the past du...

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Price-conscious consumers looking for cars for sale for $800 or less should use the price filtering tools on sites such as eBay, Craigslist, Autotrader and Cars for Sale to narrow the listings down to meet their needs. T...

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To find used cars for sale, consumers visit classifieds websites for cars such as Edmunds.com and Cars.com. These websites have used cars for sale from some of the leading manufacturers in the industry.

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