Imagine that your new car is giving you problems. You’ve taken it to the dealer several times, but the dealer can’t fix the problem. Do you have to buy a new car? No. If you qualify for it, Virginia's motor vehicle "Lemon Law" allows the owner of a vehicle that is not working to get a replacement or a refund.
Almost every state has a motor vehicle “Lemon Law.” This allows an owner to replace a vehicle, or return a vehicle and get a refund, when a vehicle with the original warranty has a major problem that does not get fixed. This article describes your legal rights under the Motor Vehicle Lemon Law.
Click above to go to the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services' Office of Consumer Affairs website to find out your rights as a consumer in Virginia and how to fill out a consumer complaint form.