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B) For those that have experience with the lemon laws what is required to take place for a vehicle to fall into that category?
It depends on the state. It looks like North Carolina's calls a car a lemon if (a) repaired four or more times for the same defect under warranty, (b) in the shop 20 business days or more under warranty for the same defect, (c) still has the defect under warranty and the manufacturer refuses or is unable to repair it.
That's pretty standard. Most of them are 30 days in the shop for the same problem within the first year or two. Some states require 60 days, 5 repairs, some fewer, etc.
If it's deemed a lemon, you are due a refund minus mileage or a new replacement.
Hmmm.... what I see says it applies to vehicles weighing less than 10,000 lb. Doesn't say whether that's empty or GVW. Also can't find a term other than "under warranty".
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