Charlotte, NC asked in Contracts for Georgia

Q: Hey I'm in a walk away lease with a mega carrier and I have been to the shop multiple times the problem doesn't be fixed

And they hold me in the shop 3 to 4 weeks with no pay so I have to cover 2 bills for the same problem what can I do? My lease is paid off but I can't get the maintenance bill done

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A: In situations where you're facing ongoing maintenance issues with your leased vehicle and the carrier is not addressing them adequately, it's important to review the terms and conditions of your lease agreement. Look for provisions related to maintenance and repairs, as well as any dispute resolution procedures.

You may have potential legal options, such as filing a breach of contract claim or a negligence claim, if the carrier is not addressing ongoing maintenance issues adequately.

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