Nebraska Lemon Law Summary


The Nebraska lemon law covers a new motor vehicle that is sold in Nebraska. A new motor vehicle is any motor vehicle that has not been sold, bargained, exchanged, or given away, or for which title has not been transferred from the person who first acquired it from the manufacturer, importer, dealer, or agent of the manufacturer or importer.

The lemon law does not cover self-propelled mobile homes.

Guidance from the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles indicates that the lemon law applies to any motor vehicle less than two years old, and would therefore cover used vehicles. (Also see the reasonable allowance for use).



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