Category: Lemon Law

Tesla Lemon Law Case with Vince Megna

Posted on 04/18/14 by Dana Manner
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        Vince Megna “King of Lemons” posted video of his most recent high profile lemon law cases involving a Tesla.

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Falco v. Hyundai Motor America

Posted on 09/15/12 by Dana Manner
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MISCELLANEOUS PROCEDURAL ISSUES During the hearing, the Manufacturer sought to assert the following statutory affirmative defense not timely raised in its Manufacturer’s Answer or any Amended Answer: the alleged nonconformity does not substantially impair the use, value or safety of the motor vehicle. Paragraph (8), Hearings Before the Florida New Motor Vehicle Arbitration Board, requires […]

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Corporate Debtication Inc. v. BMW of North America LLC

Posted on 09/15/12 by Dana Manner
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Collateral Charges §681.102(3), F.S. The Consumer’s 2010 BMW 750Li was declared a “lemon” by the Board. The Consumer requested reimbursement of $147.00 for window tinting as a collateral charge. The Manufacturer objected because the Consumer did not produce a receipt to substantiate payment. The Board awarded the $147.00 for window tinting as a reasonable collateral […]

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Careers USA Inc. v. Land Rover of North America

Posted on 09/15/12 by Dana Manner
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Incidental Charges §681.102(8), F.S. At the hearing, the Manufacturer, through counsel, stipulated that the Consumer’s 2010 Land Rover Range Rover was a “lemon.” The Consumer requested reimbursement of $3,237.00 paid for rental car charges incurred while the vehicle was out of service by reason of repair of the nonconformity from February 1, 2012, through April […]

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Careers USA Inc. v. Land Rover of North America

Posted on 09/15/12 by Dana Manner
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REFUND §681.104(2)(a)(b), F.S. At the hearing, the Manufacturer, through counsel, stipulated that the Consumer’s 2010 Land Rover Range Rover was a “lemon.” The Consumer requested that the Board award a replacement vehicle. Prior to the hearing, Counsel for the Manufacturer submitted a document titled “Land Rover North America’s Arbitration Memorandum of Law Regarding the Consumer’s […]

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Nwaokoh v. Nissan Motor Corporation USA

Posted on 09/15/12 by Dana Manner
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Timeliness of filing of the Request for Arbitration §681.109(4), F.S. The parties stipulated that, on December 10, 2009, the Consumer purchased a 2010 Nissan Armada in Florida. On November 30, 2011, the Consumer filed a claim with the Better Business Bureau Autoline (BBB), the state-certified informal dispute settlement procedure sponsored by Nissan. The procedure rendered […]

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Kashtan v. Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc.

Posted on 09/15/12 by Dana Manner
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Accident, Abuse, Neglect, Unauthorized Modification §681.104(4)(b), F.S. The Consumers asserted that their 2011 Toyota Camry suddenly and unexpectedly accelerated, which propelled the vehicle through some bushes and resulted in damage to the front end of the vehicle. The Consumer testified that she was pulling into a parking place at approximately five miles per hour, with […]

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Brundidge v. Chrysler Group LLC

Posted on 09/15/12 by Dana Manner
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Defect does not substantially impair use, value or safety of vehicle §681.104(4)(a), F.S. The Consumers complained of a steering wheel vibration at highway speeds in their 2011 Jeep Cherokee. According to the Consumer, the vibration was an intermittent occurrence that happened for couple of seconds when the vehicle was being driven at speeds of 70 […]

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Another Recall of the Ford Escape

Posted on 07/27/12 by Dana Manner
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Ford announced the 3rd recall in two weeks of the Escape, a top-selling SUV. Ford is recalling nearly 485,000 Escape SUVs to fix gas pedals that can stick and cause accidents. The recall covers 2001 – 2004 Escapes with 3 liter V6 engines with cruise control. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) received 68 […]

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Fire Hazard Recall – 2013 Ford Escape

Posted on 07/20/12 by Dana Manner
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Ford recalled about 11,500 new 2013 model Ford Escape SUVs, for a defect that cause the car to catch on fire to due to a faulty fuel line. Only Ford Escape with 1.6-liter engines sold in the U.S. and Canadian markets are affected by the recall and fire risk, Ford said. Ford dealers were told to stop […]

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