The Massachusetts Lemon Law is designed to protect buyers against purchasing new or used motor vehicles that have substantial defects and are unsafe to be driven on Massachusetts roads. The Lemon Law is administered by the Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation.
The Massachusetts Lemon Law has three parts:
- New and leased vehicles
- Used vehicles
If you have a used or new vehicle that has had repeated repairs or has been out of service for several days, the vehicle may be considered a lemon under the Massachusetts Lemon Law and you may be entitled to a cash settlement, refund or a new car. Even if your vehicle does not meet the lemon law requirements, there may be other legal remedies to get a a full refund, and in some cases you may be able to recoup triple damages if you can prove the dealership acted unfairly or deceptively. It is of vital importance to act quickly and present your problems to the dealer who sold you your vehicle. Call today for a free consultation from one of our experienced Attorneys.