Dealing With New Car Warranties: Part 2

| Apr 9, 2013 | Firm News

Good Morning! If you’ve been following our blog, you might know from yesterday’s post that Attorney Dan Blinn bought a brand new car over the weekend and that, less than 24 hours later, the car wouldn’t start.  Yesterday’s post detailed some of the things that we recommend for consumers to do if they find themselves in a similar situation. Dan’s car is back and running for now but, when he returned to the dealership, the service record did not accurately or completely describe the problem. So, before any problems reoccur, Dan will write a letter to the service manager and clarify what happened to the car.   That way, there will be a record of the problem, which will make it easier to establish a lemon law claim. More information on New Car Warranties and the Connecticut Lemon Law.