The United States lemon laws are a compensation law that provides compensate purchasers of cars and other consumer goods if they face repeatedly fail to meet standards of quality and performance. Lemon law especially refers to defective motor vehicles, such as cars, trucks, and motorcycles, although many types of products can be defective. If your newly purchased car is defective and the dealer or manufacturer does not attempt to resolve the issue then the issue is under the lemon law. Sometimes the issue is resolved without further problems but if not, find a lawyer, their experience could be beneficial for you and it’s your lawful right to seek a refund or replacement from the seller. Each state has some difference between their lemon laws and most of them only prefer a new vehicle. In lemon law, all legal fees are cover by the manufacturer company if the consumer wins the case.