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SAMPLE LEMON LAW LETTER
TO MANUFACTURER


IMPORTANT:Send This Letter Via Certified Mail

Return Receipt Requested
KEEP RECORD OF: Return Receipt Number


Copy this Sample Letter and complete the
sections indicated in RED.



Date of Letter

Name of Manufacturer
Address
City, State, Zip Code


Dear Representative:

   I believe my [passenger vehicle in some states, motor home] is a "lemon" under the [your State's - the State you live in] Lemon Law. Written demand is hereby made for relief pursuant to the provisions of the [your State's] Lemon Law.

   I [purchased/leased] a [make, model, year of vehicle, VIN] on [date] from [name of dealership] in [city, state]. Since I [purchased/leased] my vehicle, I have had to return it to the dealership a total of [number of times the vehicle was returned to an authorized dealer for repairs] times. My vehicle has been out of service for repairs for a total of [total number of calendar days the vehicle has been out of service being repaired] calendar days.

   My vehicle has been serviced by [Name of Authorized Dealership] as follows:

[1. date in for service, 2. date vehicle was picked up, 3. list of repair problems - attach a copy of the service ticket]

[1. date in for service, 2. date vehicle was picked up, 3. list of repair problems - attach a copy of the service ticket]

[1. date in for service, 2. date vehicle was picked up, 3. list of repair problems - attach a copy of the service ticket]

[1. date in for service, 2. date vehicle was picked up, 3. list of repair problems - attach a copy of the service ticket]

[1. date in for service, 2. date vehicle was picked up, 3. list of repair problems - attach a copy of the service ticket]

   Notwithstanding, I am still having the following problems with my vehicle:

[list all current problems with your the vehicle]

   Since these defects substantially impair the use, market value, or safety of my vehicle, and since [Name of Authorized Dealership] has had a reasonable number of attempts to repair my vehicle [number of times the vehicle was returned to an authorized dealer for repairs] and since my vehicle has been out of service for a specified number of days [total number of calendar days the vehicle has been out of service being repaired] [Name of Manufacturer] is hereby placed on notice that it has one final opportunity to repair my vehicle. If repairs are not scheduled within the time set forth in the statute after receipt of this letter or completed within the time set forth in the statute after delivery of my vehicle to your authorized service center for repair, I am entitled to a replacement vehicle acceptable to me or a refund calculated in accordance with the [your State's] Lemon Law.

   I look forward to your prompt response, certainly within the time set forth in the statute to schedule the repairs. You can reach me during the day at [phone number] and in the evening at [phone number].

Sincerely,

Your Name
Your Address
City, State, Zip Code
Your Phone (work)
Your Phone (home)
Your email

Enclosure(s)

Copy to: [your Statee's Lemon Law Agency]



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