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More often, people who are not able to afford a new car opt for a used car that saves them a lot of money. Purchasing warranty for a used vehicle is a must for every car owner. A warranty protects you against any defect, which is covered under a warranty plan.  The dealer has to service the vehicle free of cost if there are any problems that arise during the warranty period. There are certain terms and conditions that are there in the warranty clause and you must be very careful when purchasing the warranty.
Used cars have special warranties regulated by special rules. Used car warranty law or the Lemon law is a special set of rules enforced by the states of the US. The law protects used car buyers against the risk of substandard or defective vehicles.
The chances of fraud are higher in a used car. Most state laws make car sellers liable to the buyers in case the car is faulty. They may even be forced to pay for legal fees, which a buyer might incur when a lemon case is filed. There are many forms of protection that are in-place for used car owners but it is our responsibility to check out the used car warranties before we buy any one.

Posted on Friday, June 29th, 2007 at 2:10 pm In Used Car Warranties  


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