Rankings

South Dakota Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Mark Barnett
Attorney General of South Dakota
500 East Capitol Avenue
Pierre, SD 57501


Dear Attorney General Barnett:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. South Dakota tied for 34th out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection. States with strong lemon laws force the auto companies to take back their lemons.

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South Carolina Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Charlie Condon
Attorney General of South Carolina
Rembert Dennis Office Building
1000 Assembly Street
Columbia, SC 29211


Dear Attorney General Condon:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. South Carolina finished 20th out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection.

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Rhode Island Lemon Law State Ranking

 

November 7, 2002


Honorable Sheldon Whitehouse
Attorney General of Rhode Island
72 Pine Street
Providence, RI 02903


Dear Attorney General Whitehouse:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. Rhode Island finished 28th out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection.

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Pennsylvania Lemon Law State Ranking

 

November 7, 2002


Honorable Mike Fisher
Attorney General of Pennsylvania
Strawberry Square - 16th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17120

Dear Attorney General Fisher:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. Pennsylvania tied for 34th out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection.

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Oregon Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Hardy Myers
Attorney General of Oregon
100 Justice Building
Salem, OR 97310

Dear Attorney General Myers:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. Oregon has one of the weakest lemon laws in the country and finished tied for 42nd out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection.

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Oklahoma Lemon Law State Ranking

 

November 7, 2002

Honorable Drew Edmondson
Attorney General of Oklahoma
State Capitol
2300 N. Lincoln Boulevard, Room 112
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Dear Attorney General Edmondson:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. Oklahoma has one of the weakest lemon laws in the country and finished tied for 42nd out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection.

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Ohio Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Betty D. Montgomery
Attorney General of Ohio
State Office Tower, 30 E. Broad St.
Columbus, Ohio 43215

Dear Attorney General Montgomery:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. Ohio finished 3rd out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection. States with strong lemon laws force the auto companies to take back their lemons.

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North Dakota Lemon Law State Ranking

 

November 7, 2002

Honorable Wayne Stenehjan
Attorney General of North Dakota
State Capitol
600 East Boulevard Avenue
Bismark, ND 58505


Dear Attorney General Stenehjan:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. North Dakota is tied with Colorado for the weakest lemon law in the country. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection.

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North Carolina Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Roy Cooper
Attorney General of North Carolina
Department of Justice
2 East Morgan St., P.O. Box 629
Raleigh, NC 27602


Dear Attorney General Cooper:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. North Carolina finished 18th out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection. States with strong lemon laws force the auto companies to take back their lemons.

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New York Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Eliot Spitzer
Attorney General of New York
120 Broadway, 25th Floor
New, York, NY 10271


Dear Attorney General Spitzer:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia and has ranked each state based on the results. New York finished 17th out of 51. With over 100,000 lemons bought back each year, a strong lemon law is vital to consumer protection. States with strong lemon laws force the auto companies to take back their lemons.

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