Florida lemon law can be quite complicated. That is why you may need a professional to help you understand everything. There are also several signs that show you have bought a lemon.
Inspect the Exterior
You will need to look at the outside of your car. This will show you whether your car has undergone a significant amount of work. Uneven gaps between the doors and mismatched body panels are signs that show you have bought a lemon.
Ask for the Carfax
The Carfax is the vehicle history report. It will tell you whether the car has been involved in an accident. It will also tell you how many owners the car has previously had.
Visit the Mechanic
You may not notice anything wrong with your car. However, that does not mean that everything is fine. If you think that something is wrong with your car, then you will need to visit the mechanic. The mechanic will do a detailed inspection of the car. They will also be able to tell you about Florida lemon law.
Read the Sticker
The Federal Trade Commission requires that every seller includes a buyer’s guide with the car. The buyer’s guide is a part of the sales contract. Make sure that you read the buyer’s guide thoroughly.
If you think that you have bought a lemon car, then you will need to contact Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® .