Rankings

New Mexico Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Patricia A. Madrid
Attorney General of New Mexico
Bataan Memorial Building, Room 260
Santa Fe, NM 87501

Dear Attorney General Madrid:

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 Mexico has one of the weakest lemon laws in the country and finished 48th 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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New Jersey Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable David Sampson
Attorney General of New Jersey
Richard J. Hughes Justice Complex
25 Market Street CN080
Trenton, NJ 08625

Dear Attorney General Sampson:

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 Jersey finished 2nd 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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New Hampshire Lemon Law State Ranking

 

November 7, 2002

Honorable John P. Arnold
Attorney General of New Hampshire
State House Annex, Suite 208
25 Capitol Street
Concord, NH 03301


Dear Attorney General Arnold:

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 Hampshire finished 10th 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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Nevada Lemon Law State Ranking

 

November 7, 2002

Honorable Frankie Sue Del Papa
Nevada Attorney General
Carson City Office
100 North Carson Street
Carson City, NV 89701

Dear Attorney General Del Papa:

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. Nevada has one of the weakest lemon laws in the country and finished 47th 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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Nevada Lemon Law State Ranking

 

November 7, 2002

Honorable Frankie Sue Del Papa
Nevada Attorney General
Carson City Office
100 North Carson Street
Carson City, NV 89701

Dear Attorney General Del Papa:

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. Nevada has one of the weakest lemon laws in the country and finished 47th 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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Nebraska Lemon Law State Ranking

 

November 7, 2002


Honorable Don Stenberg
Attorney General of Nebraska
2115 State Capitol
Lincoln, NE 68509


Dear Attorney General Stenberg:

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. Nebraska finished 33rd 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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Montana Lemon Law State Ranking

 

November 7, 2002


Honorable Mike McGrath
Attorney General of Montana
Justice Building
215 North Sanders
Helena, MT 59620


Dear Attorney General McGrath:

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. Montana finished tied for 25th 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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Missouri Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Jeremiah W. Nixon
Attorney General Missouri
Supreme Court Bldg, 207 W. High St.
Jefferson City, MO 65102


Dear Attorney General Nixon:

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. Missouri tied for 38th 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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Mississippi Lemon Law State Ranking

 

November 7, 2002

Honorable Mike Moore
Attorney General of Mississippi
Department of Justice
Carroll Gartin Justice Building
450 High Street
Jackson, MS 39201

Dear Attorney General Moore:

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. Mississippi finished tied for 38th 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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Minnesota Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002


Honorable Mike Hatch
Attorney General of Minnesota
1400 NCL Tower
St. Paul, MN 55101


Dear Attorney General Hatch:

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. Minnesota tied for 21st 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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