If you think you might have a lemon, dealing with an auto manufacturer directly can be very frustrating. This is why the Law Offices of Elizabeth Agmon Gayle always recommends that you contact a lawyer before taking any action yourself. The manufacturer can pay your legal fees and you can get a much faster resolution than pursuing the matter by yourself.

If you’d like to do further research on California’s Lemon Law , check out the following sites for useful information:

Center for Auto Safety - This site offers consumers the latest news regarding vehicle safety reports, road tests, recalls, legal actions and more.

Autopedia – An all-around online encyclopedia of links for consumers interested in Lemon Laws as they apply to cars, trucks, vans, minivans, motorcycles, RVs, SUVs and boats.

California Attorney General – On this site, you will find the specific state laws on motor vehicle warranties and the Lemon Law in California.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) – This page is full of resources about the newest government safety regulations for auto manufacturers as well as bulletins and recalls for consumers and more.

California Department of Consumer Affairs - Arbitration – This website contains user-friendly links to information regarding consumer-manufacturer arbitration, dealer fraud and warranty/repair contracts.

NHTSA’s Search Engine for Recalls & Technical Service Bulletins – This site offers information on the most recent vehicle recalls and technical service bulletins. You can also file a safety complaint about your vehicle and review those filed by others.

Other Links:
California Department of Consumer Affairs – Bureau of Automotive Repair

CARFAX: Vehicle History Reports

CARS: Consumer for Auto Reliability and Safety

National Public Radio’s “Car Talk"

If you’re suffering with a car that is always in the shop for the same problem or for a number of problems contact the Law Offices of Elizabeth Agmon Gayle for immediate assistance. Even if you’re not sure if you have a case, let the firm determine this for you. Don’t talk yourself out of a solution to a potentially dangerous problem. Call TOLL FREE : 1-866-STOP-LEMONS (1-866-786-7536) for a FREE CONSULTATION .