Below is a summary of Lemon Law rules and statutes in Vermont. Keep in mind that rules and laws change. It’s always a good idea to confirm the rules your state’s consumer protection agency or with further research.
What Vehicles Are Covered by the Lemon Law?
Passenger cars purchased or registered in Vermont, excluding tractors, motorized road building equipment, road-making appliances, snowmobiles, motorcycles, mopeds, trucks over 10,000 pounds or the living portion of RVs.
What Number of Repair Attempts Triggers Lemon Law Protection?
3 repair attempts or 30 calendar days out of service.
To What Age/Mileage Does the Lemon Law Cover a Vehicle?
The vehicle’s express warranty period.
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