Utah’s lemon law: Turn sour wheels into a fiscal itch

February 16, 2024
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TLDR: Utah’s consumer laws do not adequately protect buyers of recreational vehicles like golf carts or ATVs, leaving them in a financial squeeze if their expensive toy turns out to be a lemon. Utah’s lemon law only covers brand-new cars bought in Utah that weigh less than 12,000 pounds and have undergone unsuccessful repairs for the same defect at least four times. However, consumers can still file complaints under the Utah Consumer Sales Practices Act if they feel deceived by the purchase. Utah’s lemon law does not currently cover other motorized vehicles like side-by-sides or golf carts, and there are no plans to expand its coverage.

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