You buy a truck to pull your boat trailer and specifically ask the salesperson if it will do the job. He assures you it will. Afterwards, you discover it couldn't pull your trailer downhill with a tailwind. Can you sue to un-do that deal? Probably not – unless you took specific steps to protect yourself.
A lemon lawsuit was filed against Tesla on Monday, and it was accompanied by a totally bizarre video featuring a cardboard cutout of George Clooney. Tesla declined to comment at the time, but it's hard to keep them from talking back. They just put up a blog post, and it's got some pretty strong implications.
Vince Megna, the guy who calls himself the "King of Lemon Laws," because he has filed a lot of lawsuits regardings cars under state Lemon Laws, obviously, just filed a lawsuit against Tesla because of what he says is a defective Model S. And the best part is the absolutely bizarre video accompanying the suit.
Any time you talk generally about Lamborghini owners, inevitably they get painted with a very broad brush usually made of long chest hair and gold chains. This guy? Well, he completely embodies those stereotypes.
With automakers producing hundreds of thousands of vehicles every month, there is the possibility that at least a few of them have serious problems. And with used cars there are so many things that could be wrong we couldn't possibly list them all (we'll list one: squirrels in the engine). There was a time when…
In Flannery O'Connor's The Violent Bear It Away, the character Tarwater is a "prophet sent to burn your eyes clean." (Yes, we're going to throw in a plug for The Finest American Novelist Who Ever Lived every chance we get). However, cars given official lemon status need no such prophet to burn their citrus taint…