Q: I purchased a used car a month and a half ago. The check engine lite is on and it leaks oil. Can I return it?
It is the same problem since I first got it home. I have returned to the dealer 9time as of yesterday. I have asked him to change the car or return my money,but he refuses. How should I deal with him , and how do I deal with the lender. I contacted them about the problem but they have no interest in the deal. I an due my first payment to them, how do I proceed. I live in poinciana (kissimmee,FL)
A: The state of Florida has a “Lemon Law” which may apply in your situation. Essentially, you will deal directly with the car’s manufacture to have your car fixed or get your money back. You can find out more information on the process by going to the website of the Florida Office of the Attorney General. It is important that you continue to make your payments during the process if you want to protect your credit. You should also consider retaining an attorney to represent you in the process. It is possible to make a Lemon Law claim as a DIY project if you are very organized, willing to put significant time into researching and understanding the process, and can stay focused on following up and not missing any of the critical steps required to succeed with your claim. Good luck.
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