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Your Washington Lemon Law Rights

What Vehicles are Covered?

New self-propelled vehicle that (1) is primarily designed for the transportation of persons or property over the public highways; and (2) was originally purchased or leased at retail from a new motor vehicle dealer or leasing company in Washington. Includes a motorcycle, truck with a gross vehicle weight rating of less than 19,000 pounds, the self-propelled vehicle and chassis of a motor home, and a demonstrator or lease-purchase vehicle sold with a manufacturer’s warranty.
New vehicles, including cars, trucks, vans, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, motor homes and towable recreational vehicles.

What is a Lemon?

Within the first 2 years or 24,000 miles (whichever comes first): (1) two or more diagnoses or repair attempts to serious safety defect, at least once during the warranty; (2) four or more diagnoses or repair attempts, at least once during the warranty; (3) out-of-service for 30 calendar days, at least 15 days during the warranty; or (4) within a 12-month period, one or more diagnoses or repair attempts to each of two serious safety defects.

Notice Requirement
Written notice to manufacturer.

Washington does have a State-run arbitration program.

If you think that your car, truck or SUV is a LEMON, contact Alex Simanovsky & Associates for a Free Lemon Law Case Evaluation. Alex Simanovsky & Associates never charges any attorney's fees to the consumer. We seek to recover all attorney's fees directly from the manufacturer.