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Oklahoma Lemon Law Topics
Oklahoma Lemon Law FAQ
Answers to common questions regarding Lemon Law
Oklahoma Lemon Law Overview
The state of Oklahoma mandates that every new and used vehicle under 10,000 pounds that can be registered is covered under “lemon laws.”
Consumers/ Problems Covered
Oklahoma lemon law covers any condition or defect that prevents or impairs a consumer from using a motor vehicle. The umbrella term for a failure to honor manufacturing or warranty claimed standards for safety, reliability, or quality is called nonconformity.
Manufacturer's Duty to Repair
Oklahoma lemon laws are very explicit regarding the duties and responsibilities of an auto manufacturer when a customer lodges a complaint about their products.
Manufacturer's Duty to Replace
Oklahoma lemon laws stipulate that if a reasonable number of repair attempts fail to resolve the problem within a year of the purchase the dealer or manufacturer must purchase the vehicle back from the customer or replace it with a new one.