NC Lemon Law Firm Fights For Consumers Instrumental in Passage of New Law That Gives Consumers More Protection Against Manufacturer’s Stalling Tactics

Prior to October 1, 2005, North Carolina’s Lemon Law allowed the car manufacturer to deduct the entire mileage up to the date of settlement from the value of the car, thereby giving the manufacturer a major incentive to delay settlement. With the help of a consumer advocacy group, NC legislators and the Durham law firm, Postlethwait, Huggins, and Morrison (also known as, this law was recently changed to give consumers greater protection against manufacturer’s stalling tactics.The new law goes into effect Oct. 1, 2005, for vehicles purchased on or after October 1, 2005, and allows a deduction for the mileage at the time of the 3rd repair or the car’s 20th cumulative day out of service.Choose a North Carolina Lemon Law firm that continues to work tirelessly not only for each client but also for the benefit of all North Carolina consumers – Postlethwait, Huggins, & Morrison.

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