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Simple solution...either they fix it or give you (archive)

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Posted by a new car (more) on June 10, 1999 at 21:47:28:

In Reply to: Help!!! posted by Jeff on June 10, 1999 at 19:30:43:

UCC§2 (most of which has been adopted in some manner by each state) allows a buyer to revoke acceptance of a goods after a reasonable amount of time if the goods don't function as promised. This is because you can't necessarily discover all defects upon initial inspection. Clearly, you should be able to exercise this right if your car becomes inoperable (due to no fault of your own) within the first 3000 miles of ownership. If the product you were sold does not meet acceptable standards, you shouldn't have to bear the burden of the manufacturer's failures. Check your state's lemon laws if you have questions on your rights as an owner.

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