Battery on My Car Keeps Running Out

I Have to Constantly Replace My Battery

If you drive an electric car, then your car is powered by a special lithium-ion battery. These batteries can be defective, and can create serious issues for people driving electric cars. In many cases, the battery can have an internal short circuit, which can result in a thermal runaway, a fire or even an explosion of the battery.

Can I Lemon My Car If There Is a Broken Battery or Battery Car Failure?

Electrical car batteries that are broken or cause battery car failure are dangerous situations for the driver. An electrical car battery can be defective because of compression issues, bending or nail penetration into the battery, which will cause it to fail. Any time that there is any physical contact between the battery anode and cathode, there can be a separator failure in a battery as well.

In the event that any of these situations happens to your electrical battery, you are going to experience a battery failure. When that does occur, you can call us at the Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537 the same day. We will help you to lemon your car, on account of the issues with the electrical battery in the vehicle.

Can I Return My Car or Replace My Car for Battery Failure?

Yes, if you have a failure of your battery and it keeps your vehicle from operating safely, then you may be in the position to return your car. No one can power a car with a battery that is defective and prone to continual failures. That car will not be safe to drive in those instances. All that you need to do is to call us at Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537, and we will review your case with you right away.

About Us

Our legal team is well versed on the issues related to electrical batteries, and how this can be a serious safety issue for a new electrical car. When you give us a call at Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537, we will connect you with a team of legal experts, who know what to do to help you with your legal claim for a battery that cannot hold a charge.

We are interested to get the full settlement for you in your lemon law claim. Lemon car claims come about because the auto manufacturers allow defects to slip into the assembly line of the cars and trucks that they produce. You as the buying public are not manufacturing a car, the auto manufacturers have that role. Therefore, it is not your fault if your electric car battery has a manufacturer’s defect. We don’t expect you to know the ins and outs of the California lemon laws, but we do. We are here for you and will help you to get to the winner’s circle, on your lemon car claim for a defective car battery.

We understand that you have been frustrated from buying a new car that is deemed to be flawed and defective, and is now a lemon car. You do not have to stand alone for this cause. We are here to help you in every way, to get the settlement recovery that you deserve, when your new car is a lemon vehicle.

Any Auto Manufacturer’s Car Can Have a Defective Battery

Any auto manufacturer can make a vehicle that utilizes a defective battery. The auto manufacturers should run quality control testing on all components of their vehicles. In that way, they will find out if there are any issues with the battery components in their electric cars. If you have experienced any problems with an electric car battery that keeps running out of the charge, you can call us to discuss it at Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537.

Common Defects on Batteries for Electric Cars

Electric car batteries have had many issues lately in the news. These batteries are special lithium-ion batteries or LIBs, and can contain a high level of stored energy and power for the cars that they service.

Car batteries can be defective, in a number of ways, and electric car batteries top the list, with defects related to:

  • Battery getting short circuited
  • Anode collector material defects
  • Separator material defects
  • Cathode collector material defects
  • Discharging cutoff voltage defects
  • Charging cutoff voltage defects
  • Nominal capacity defects
  • Loading defects
  • Battery layer and assembling defects
  • Defective cells in an electric battery

If an electric battery has a defect, it can affect the entire operation of the battery. The most important issue being that the battery can overheat, and catch on fire, if there are substantial defects with the electric battery. Strains and failure strains on an electric battery will increase the likelihood that it will have an overload of capacity into the battery, and the electric battery can catch on fire. Electrical battery fires can seriously injure the drivers and passengers of electric cars.

Recent Victories for Defective Batteries and Litigation

Batteries that drain are defective, and can keep an electric car from running in tip top condition. In a class action case, Subaru offered a class action settlement to reimburse consumers who bought their vehicles, for batteries that drained down faster than anticipated. These vehicles affected were 2015-2020 Subaru Outback, Forester, Legacy, WRX and Ascent vehicles.

A defective electrical system is said to be mostly responsible for the electric car batteries not functioning up to par. Subaru should have disclosed to the consumers of the battery issues but did not warn the customers of this important battery defect. For this reason, some customers and the general public may lose confidence in this automobile manufacturer, on account of their lack of transparency related to their battery drain issues and defects.

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You can call us today at the Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537, for a zero-fee guarantee on initiating your defective lemon car battery claim.

Contact Us / Free Case Evaluation

Our legal team is comprised of knowledgeable attorneys, who know how to manage and succeed at a lawsuit related to a defective electrical battery. All that you need to do is to call us today, and we will give you a free case evaluation on your defective battery claim. Just give us a call now at the Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537. You will be connected with a lawyer with experience in defective electrical car batteries, and we will develop a winning strategy for your case.

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