Are you beyond frustrated with your car? Have you taken it back to the dealer for repairs? Are you worried about your safety when you drive it? If you answered “yes” to these questions, you most likely want to know if your vehicle is a lemon. Watch this video to find out if your car is considered a lemon.

In general, a lemon car in Virginia is a vehicle which has a defect or condition that has not been repaired by the auto manufacturer after three repeated attempts. Also, a car can be considered a lemon if the problem is a life-threatening defect that was not successfully repaired after the first attempt. A car could also be considered a lemon if it has been out of service accumulatively over its life for 30 days or more. In order for your vehicle to be classified as a lemon under Virginia Lemon Laws, it is important to remember that the problem has to be a significant issue with a new or recently used vehicle.

If you believe that an automobile dealer or private party sold you a lemon, you should contact a Virginia Lemon Law lawyer to learn about your rights. To find out if you have a valid case, call The Consumer Law Group at 804-282-7900 or contact us at

John Cole Gayle, Jr.
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Consumer Law Pioneer and Co-Author of Virginia's Lemon Law