What If The Manufacturer Fails To Correct The Nonconformity Within A Reasonable Number Of Attempts?

If the manufacturer fails to correct one or more nonconformities within a reasonable number of attempts, the manufacturer must either repurchase or replace the vehicle. The consumer has a right to choose a refund rather than a replacement. If a manufacturer has established an informal dispute settlement program certified by the Florida Department of Legal…

Must The Manufacturer Or Dealer Repair The Defect Or Condition Covered By The Warranty?

The Lemon Law requires a manufacturer to correct a vehicle “nonconformity” (as defined by the statute)” within a reasonable number of attempts.”  Two “presumptions” are created under the law to help determine what constitutes a reasonable number of attempts. Under the first, if the manufacturer or authorized service agent has been unable to fix the…