Louisiana Lemon Law: What does it cover?

Louisiana Living

The Louisiana lemon law covers motor vehicles, defined as:

Passenger motor vehicles and passenger/commercial motor vehicles sold in LA (i.e. meaning any motor driven car, van, or truck required to be registered and that is used or designed to be used for transporting passengers or goods for public, private, commercial, or for-hire purposes)

Personal watercraft and all-terrain vehicles that are used exclusively for personal and not commercial purposes and are sold in Louisiana and still under warranty ; or

The chassis and drive train of motor homes sold in Louisiana and still under warranty.

Manufacturers participating in Louisiana:

Audi

Bentley

Buick

Cadillac

Chevrolet

Ford

GMC Truck

Hyundai

Indian Motorcycle

Infiniti

Kia

Land Rover

Lincoln

Lotus

Mazda

Mercury

Nissan

Oldsmobile

Pontiac

Saab

Saturn

smart USA

Volkswagen

Workhorse Custom Chassis

What do you need to get started?

To get started, just collect this information and file your lemon law complaint:

To get started with your lemon law complaint, you will need the following information:

– The vehicle owner’s name and address

– The vehicle identification number (VIN) of your vehicle

– The make, model and year of your vehicle

– A description of the problem with your vehicle

– Your vehicle’s current mileage

What is the scope of the program?

Manufacturers participating in BBB AUTO LINE have agreed in advance with the CBBB to arbitrate certain disputes that may arise with consumers. Each manufacturer’s Program Summary explains the scope of the manufacturer’s dispute resolution program by defining the claims that are eligible and the remedies that may be awarded. We will provide the parties and the arbitrator with the Program Summary applicable to their particular dispute.

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