Lemon Law

Lemon Law: An auto is considered to be a lemon if it has a problem that is covered by the warranty and significantly impairs the vehicle's use. The lemon law does not cover a defect if it is the result of the purchaser's unauthorized modifications, neglect or abuse.

In Oklahoma, if a consumer suspects the purchased vehicle to be a lemon, he or she must report the defect to the manufacturer, or the manufacturer's agent or dealer, in writing, during the term of the warranty or during the one-year period following the vehicle's delivery date, whichever is earlier. Therefore, it is important to notify the dealer in writing no later than one year from the time you took delivery of the vehicle.

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