Does the lemon law cover older cars?

Answer Generally, state lemon laws cover new cars, although some cover used cars that are still under the original manufacturer's warranty. Various states have other laws that govern used cars. However, ... Read More »

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Is there a lemon law on used cars?

Yes, some U.S. states provide lemon law protection for used cars, depending on where the car was purchased. In New York, for example, used cars with less than 18,000 miles and newer than 2 years ol... Read More »

Is E85 fuel used in older cars?

No. Never put E-85 in a vehicle not equipped with an engine specifically manufactured to burn it. The first "flex-fuel" vehicles were made in the late 1990s so if your car is older than that, don't... Read More »

Lemon Law on Used Cars in Alabama?

Alabama, like many other states in the United States, does not currently extend protection to used car buyers. While Alabama does have a lemon law that covers newly purchased and leased cars, used ... Read More »

Does the lemon law only apply to new cars?

All 50 states in the U.S. have "lemon laws" for new cars, however, only a few have similar laws for used cars. Connecticut, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico and New York have used-c... Read More »