Rankings

Illinois Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Jim Ryan
Attorney General of Illinois
100 W. Randolph St., 12th Fl.
Chicago, IL 60601

Dear Attorney General Ryan:

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. Illinois has one of the weakest lemon laws in the country and finished 49th 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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Idaho Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Alan G. Lance
Office of Attorney General
700 W.Jefferson Street P.O. Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720


Dear Attorney General Lance:

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. Idaho finished 29th 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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Hawaii Lemon Law State Ranking

 

November 7, 2002

Honorable Earl I. Anzai
Attorney General of Hawaii
425 Queen Street
Honolulu, HI 96813


Dear Attorney General Anzai:

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. Hawaii finished 7th 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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Georgia Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Thurbert E. Baker
Attorney General of Georgia
40 Capitol Square
SW Atlanta, GA 30334


Dear Attorney General Baker:

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. Georgia finished 7th 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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Florida Lemon Law State Ranking

 

November 7, 2002

Honorable Robert A. Butterworth
Attorney General of Florida
State Capitol
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1050


Dear Attorney General Butterworth:

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. Florida finished 27th 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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DC Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable John Payton
Corporation Counsel
1350 Pennsylvania Ave. Suite 329
Washington DC 20004

Dear Corporate Counsel Payton:

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. The District finished 19th 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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Delaware Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable M. Jane Brady
Attorney General of Delaware
820 North French Street, 8th Fl.
Wilmington, DE 19801


Dear Attorney General Brady:

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. Delaware finished 30th 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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Connecticut Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Richard Blumenthal
Attorney General of Connecticut
Office of the Attorney General
55 Elm Street
Hartford, CT 06106


Dear Attorney General Blumenthal:

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. Connecticut finished 8th 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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Colorado Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Ken Salazar
Attorney General of Colorado
Office of the Attorney General
1525 Sherman St. 7th Floor
Denver, CO 80203

Dear Attorney General Salazar:

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. Colorado is tied with North Dakota 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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California Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Bill Lockyer
Attorney General of California
1515 K Street, Suite 638
Sacramento, CA 95814


Dear Attorney General Lockyer:

The Center for Auto Safety has just completed a study of the lemon law in every state and the District of Columbia. We are pleased to inform you that California is number 1 with the best lemon law in the country.

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