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 ... More »

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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 ... More »

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The 30-day lemon law provides protection for consumers who buy used cars that break down after purchase and, after several repair attempts, become unusable for that 30-day period, according to Edmunds.com. Under the law,... More »

Services provided by Brandon Ford for used car buyers include repairs and maintenance, Ford certification and sale of genuine Ford automotive parts. Other services include extended service plans, discounts and rebates, a... More »

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Many new products come with a warranty, or a guarantee that the manufacturer repairs or replaces the product for free if it breaks or proves defective within a certain period of time after purchase. Registering a General... More »

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The 30-day lemon law provides protection for consumers who buy used cars that break down after purchase and, after several repair attempts, become unusable for that 30-day period, according to Edmunds.com. Under the law,... More »

When buying a car, the person owns it outright after fully paying for it, whereas leasing is more like paying to rent the car for a specified period of time, according to Investopedia. Although both can result in a new c... More »

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