Lemon Law Attorney in California

Chevy Lemon Law in California


Formerly the Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors Company, Chevrolet (more commonly known as Chevy) was founded in 1911 by Arthur and Louis Chevrolet. It is one of the automobile divisions owned by General Motors. Chevrolet-branded vehicles are sold in most automotive markets across the globe. Chevy markets a wide range of vehicles in the North American market, from subcompact automobiles to medium-duty commercial trucks. ‘Chevrolet,’ ‘Chevy,’ or ‘Chev’ is sometimes used as a synonym for General Motors or its products, thanks to its popularity and name recognition as one of General Motors’ global marques.

Chevy Lemon Law Tips

When you bought your Chevy vehicle, you likely envisioned it as a reliable source of transportation that was also safe. If you’re reading this blog, your opinion might have recently changed, and you might be wondering what to do if you think your Chevy is a lemon. To protect yourself, follow these tips when dealing with your vehicle and the dealership:

  • Take your Chevy to an authorized Chevy repair mechanic or a Chevy dealership for repairs
  • Explain your concerns thoroughly and have the repair shop document them in detail on your repair invoice
  • Ask for copies of every invoice and other critical vehicle repair or maintenance documents
  • Reach out to the Law Office of Michael Humphries to learn more about your rights and how to exercise them

Common Defects with Chevy Vehicles

Every Chevy lemon is unique, but many Chevy drivers have noted some similar issues with their vehicles. Common defects with Chevy vehicles include the following:

  • Transmission system failure
  • Defective air conditioning blower, drivetrain problems
  • Fuel pump failure
  • Loss of engine power
  • Hard shifting
  • Water leaks
  • Brake and electrical problems
  • Locked up steering
  • Inability to adapt to cold weather and oil consumption
  • Engine and excessive oil consumption

Does the California Lemon Law Apply to Your Vehicle?

California’s lemon laws apply to the following new and used vehicle types in Seal Beach and Orange County that still have an active manufacturer’s new vehicle warranty:

  • Cars, pickup trucks, vans, and SUVs
  • The chassis, chassis cab, and drive train of a motor home
  • Dealer-owned vehicles and demonstrators
  • Many purchased or leased primarily for business use
  • Those bought or leased for personal, family, or household purposes

The best way to determine if lemon laws cover will protect you is to contact our law firm for a free consultation. Our Seal Beach attorney will collect information about your Chevy vehicle and the issues you have been having. He will discuss your rights and identify your next steps under California laws. Don’t simply accept that your vehicle is the way it is. It’s possible that Chevy owes you a new vehicle or a refund of the purchase price of your vehicle plus additional compensation.

Is Your Chevy a Lemon?

Having a vehicle that frequently breaks down, needs repairs, or can’t be fixed at all can be quite frustrating and disconcerting. The good news is that experienced lemon law attorney Michael Humphries is here for you. He provides free consultations to help get your lemon law claim started. When you meet with him, you will learn about your rights and options under your circumstances and in accordance with California law. You will also learn what your claim might be worth. Call our office today to schedule your no-obligation consultation.

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