Rankings

Arizona Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Janet Napolitano
Attorney General of Arizona
1275 West Washington
Phoenix, AZ 85007


Dear Attorney General Napolitano:

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. Arizona 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. States with strong lemon laws force the auto companies to take back their lemons.

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Arkansas Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Mark Pryor
Attorney General of Arkansas
323 Center Street Suite 200
Little Rock, AR 72201


Dear Attorney General Pryor:

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. Arkansas finished 5th 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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Alaska Lemon Law Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Bruce M. Botelho
Attorney General's Office
1031 W. 4th Ave Suite 200
Anchorage, AK 99501-5903

Dear Attorney General Botelho:

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. Alaska has one of the weakest lemon laws in the country and finished tied for 45th 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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Alabama Lemon Law State Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Bill Pryor
Attorney General of Alabama
State House, 11 South Union St.
Montgomery, AL 36130

Dear Attorney General Pryor:

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. Alabama finished 24th 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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West Virginia Lemon Law Ranking

November 7, 2002

Honorable Darrell V. McGraw Jr.
Attorney General of West Virginia
1900 Kanawha Blvd., East, Room 26E
Charleston, WV 25305


Dear Attorney General McGraw Jr.:

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. West Virginia finished 4th 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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