Your new car is only a couple of months old, makes an unusual noise, and vibrates every time you drive at a higher speed.You repeatedly take it to the dealer that sold you the car, but despite its best efforts, the same problem keeps coming back.
If this is happening to you, you may have purchased a “lemon” and may be entitled to either a similar replacement vehicle or a refund of the purchase price, minus a reasonable allowance for the miles on the vehicle.
If you are experiencing mechanical problems with your new car, you should immediately contact an authorized dealer to have it checked out.
If consumers have further questions on these issues, they may contact the Tx DMV at 888-368-4689 or
Standard Presumptive Value Texans who buy a used vehicle from anyone other than a licensed vehicle dealer are required to pay motor vehicle sales tax of 6.25 percent on the purchase price or standard presumptive value (SPV), whichever is the highest value.
Be sure to follow the instructions in your warranty carefully as to what steps you must take in order to get your vehicle repaired.