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Assuming you are a Florida resident, the AG there has a pretty good website about Florida's Lemon Law, and it appears that buy-backs are possible. Some lemon law attorneys (lemon lawyers?) offer free consultations so that could be an option too.
What I don't see in a quick skim of that link is a remedy for an "unsafe" vehicle, but maybe there's a different warranty provision that you could find. GM is likely to say they've fixed the problem and that's all the Lemon Law requires them to do.1 ·
I swore off oil changes and rotations ~3 years ago on my 60th birthday. But it's a hassle just to take the car in, and I have a warmer spot to do the work now, so I may start doing them myself again. Lots cheaper at home for sure. Rotations just aren't fun period.1 ·
Hm, so you don't think the father/daughter shopping trip won't result in two new cars in the stable? Remember, we're talking a confirmed CCBAer and one trainee about to matriculate.The clear choice here is for her to finish out the Sonata lease so you can get something else
By the time it hits crisis proportions (i.e., the death rate starts going back up), the non-Mazda people who just want to pilot their cars will go autonomous. Or so we hope, right?1 ·