In lemon law, the Chevrolet manufacturer has the opportunity to make a “reasonable number” of repair attempts on your vehicle. If that number is met and your problems still have not been fixed, your vehicle may be a lemon, in which case you’re eligible for compensation. Although lemon law varies from state to state, in California you meet the criteria of a “reasonable number” of repair attempts if one of the following occurs:
- Your vehicle is experiencing issues that could result in death or a serious injury, and you’ve taken it into the shop for repairs at least twice but the problem persists.
- Your vehicle is experiencing basic warranty issues, and you’ve taken it into the shop for repairs four or more times.
- Your car has been in the shop or undrivable for at least 30 days because of these issues.
If you’ve met these criteria — even if your vehicle is part of a Chevy recall — you may have a lemon and are eligible for a Chevy buyback. Contact us today to learn more.