The Chevrolet Bolt Lemon Law

Have you been having problems with your 2016, 2017, 2018. 2019, 2020 or 2021 Chevrolet Bolt vehicle? Have you been bringing back your car several times to your dealership to fix that same issue? Has your car been recalled over fire risk? If so, our firm can help you get your money back.

The California lemon law protects those who have bought, leased or serviced their car in California. It requires that car companies repurchase defective and unsafe vehicles promptly, meaning in 30 days or less. The reason for the prompt repurchase requirement is simple as defective and dangerous vehicles should be taken off of the road sooner rather than later. Chevrolet will have to repurchase or replace your vehicle if its warranty defects can’t be fixed in as low as 2 attempts. So if you bought a Chevy vehicle that’s a lemon, you will most likely get your money back while all your attorney’s fees and costs will be paid by the car company. Also, if you bought or leased a 2017, 2018 or 2019 Chevy Bolt vehicle in California, and if GM has refused to or failed to repurchase that vehicle under California’s lemon law, you should contact a lemon firm such as Lemon Law Aid for a free case evaluation.

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