An invaluable guide for anyone planning to buy a new or used car -- Over 150, 000 copies sold of previous editions -- The first edition of this book spurred legislation for auto safety, including state lemon laws. By 1996 all 50 states and the District of Columbia had enacted lemon laws -- Of the 12 million cars produced in 1996, an estimated 1 million will be lemons Every car owner should read Lemon Book. The Center for Auto Safety estimates that one in 12 cars will be a lemon. This means thousands of duped and potentially endangered motorists will need reliable advice. This book defines exactly what a lemon is, tells readers how to identify one, and what to do if they discover the car they bought fits the description. The recipe for qlemon aid'q includes writing complaint letters, informing local government representatives, calling a consumer hotline, taking legal action, even picketing the dealer. This fourth edition offers new sample letters as well as updated lists of resources with addresses and phone numbers. Dozens of new lemons are identified by make and model. Here, too, is an insightful primer on the art of buying a new or used automobile, showing the consumer how to match a car with a lifestyle and how to differentiate essential safety features from mere costly extras. A consumer's key to informed decision-making, Lemon Book is also a formidable weapon for the disillusioned lemon owner. qAn excellent resource guide...q. -- Library JournalMANUFACTURERa#39;S PREDELIVERY INSPECTION SUBARU. ... I have received a Subaru Warranty and Service Booklet which contains the written warranties covering the I certify Out my nemo and address and the dais of delivery ss shown anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Lemon Book|
|Publisher||:||Moyer Bell - 1990|