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Can’t Use Your Bolt Due to Fire Risk? Get a Refund With CA Lemon Law Firm

General Motors (GM) recently recalled every Chevrolet Bolt EV and Bolt EUV ever made because the batteries in these vehicles are defective and could cause fires. Worse still, GM has not started replacing the defective batteries. The company has stated it will not replace affected batteries until it is confident it has identified the root cause of the defects.

Chevy Bolt owners may be wondering what they can do in the meantime. CA Lemon Law Firm can help. Our practice is your solution, and we have an exemplary track record of success.

For client-focused, results-driven service in the wake of the Chevy Bolt recall, please call us at (818) 960-1550.

Is the Chevy Bolt a Lemon?

Yes. Under California lemon law civil codes, also known as §1793.22 or the Tanner Consumer Protection Act, a vehicle is a “lemon” if it is defective, and the manufacturer cannot provide a solution within a reasonable amount of time or attempts. Manufacturers like GM must also repurchase or replace unsafe vehicles or those with manufacturing defects to keep dangerous vehicles off the road.

If you leased or purchased a 2017-2022 Chevy Bolt, you should be able to sell it back to GM. The company has yet to find a solution to the problem, and you do not have to drive a vehicle that isn’t safe or functional.

If GM refuses to buy back your vehicle or respond to your offer promptly, contact CA Lemon Law Firm.

Did Chevy Discontinue the Bolt?

After the Chevy Bolt recalls, Chevy paused production on the Bolt. The company still plans to replace the defective batteries in model years 2017 through 2022 and release newer models at a lower price in the future.

Bolt owners can wait for repairs or replacements or ask GM to buy back their vehicles. Because Chevy Bolts are defective and unsafe, the manufacturer must accept your offer within 30 days to help remove the unsafe vehicles from the road.

So far, GM is aware of 19 vehicle fires related to the Chevy Bolt recall, and one parking lot in San Francisco has already banned the vehicles

Consumers are confused and cannot use their cars as originally planned.

This is unacceptable, and you should not settle for a lemon.

How CA Lemon Law Firm Can Help

Our law firm helps protect your rights as a consumer. You do not have to settle for a lemon if you call us because we understand California lemon laws and help turn lemons into lemonade.

We have been proudly serving Glendale and the surrounding areas since 2006 and offer unwavering integrity, honesty, and ethics. We also offer free case evaluations to help you get started.

When life gives you lemons, call CA Lemon Law Firm. Call (818) 960-1550 or send us a message online