For Consumers: The Lemon Law Program
If you drive a "lemon" automobile that you purchased or leased in Connecticut, you may be eligible for the State’s new vehicle arbitration program.
The "Lemon Law" is a nickname for a program created by Connecticut General Statute Chapter 743b, "Automotive Warranties." Under the law, the arbitration program is an informal process for resolving disputes between consumers and automobile manufacturers.
The law applies to all new passenger, combination registered vehicles and motorcycles purchased or leased in Connecticut:
Which do not conform to the manufacturer’s express warranty
Which have substantial defects affecting the use, safety or value of the vehicle AND
The repairs must have been addressed during the eligibility period
Have manufacturer's defects that occurred during the first two (2) years from the original owner’s delivery date or the first 24,000 miles on the odometer (whichever period ends first). Read more about the program
Content Last Modified on 9/3/2013 12:21:51 PM