Cars, Trucks, SUVs and Crossovers Rust to Dangerous Conditions with Defective Parts Installed
If you have bought a lemon car that has rust on it underneath the vehicle, you may be in for a shock. That little bit of rust can turn your new car into a certain death trap. Rust on a vehicle can come from a variety of different factors, including:
- Weather and the environment
- Defective paint peeling off the structure of the vehicle
- Design defects on the vehicle
- Process and painting related errors in making the vehicle
If your new car has rust in the undercarriage of the vehicle, then you will have a safety issue regarding the major structures of the vehicle. Painting of the vehicle when it is being built needs to be performed with a special pH and concentration of paint properties for the paint to adhere to the metal. If there are design issues, or stagnant water, then there may not be the proper adhesion to the vehicle when it is being painted. Additionally, if there are design defects and uneven shapes on the vehicle, then the paint may not adhere properly to the car or truck. In the case of defects in the structure, to where there are not properly installed drain holes to allow water to come out during processing or painting, this can cause a rust factor or issue later on for the vehicle.
Why Would a New Lemon Car Start to Rust So Fast?
A new lemon car will start to rust for many factors, that are related to either human error when the car was made, or from design defects in the making of the vehicle. If the car is susceptible to human error, it can start to rust because:
- Technicians left too much gap between the metal sheeting
- The wrong machine was used to make the metal fitting
- An improper tool was used
- Improper processing of the paint
- Overloading the plastic on the fabricator
- Wrong die and punch
- Too much pressure using hydraulic crimping machinery
- Too much variation in spray painting
- Too much paint applied in the wrong coats
- Overloaded machinery overall
- Too much contact area with the paint as applied to the vehicle
If corrosion happens in between reinforced areas on a vehicle, it can cause weakened structures on the car. This can affect the designated crumple zones during an accident, which can result in fatalities for the driver, passenger or occupants in other cars who are injured by a vehicle that does not fare well in an accident.
Our legal team is here to help you, when you have a rusted out new car. Your lemon car claim needs to be handled carefully, to get you the recovery compensation that you deserve in this case. You can feel free to call us today, at Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537, to review your lemon car claim right now. We will treat you right, and get you the recovery compensation that you require to reimburse you for your claims, losses and damages associated with your lemon car claim.
Manufacturers of Lemon Cars Need to Use More Quality Control to Avoid Lemon Vehicles Being Sold to the Public
If a manufacturer of a new car model does not practice high levels of quality control, then the cars will come off of the assembly line with rust on the underbelly of the vehicles. It is almost unheard of that a brand-new vehicle could be a veritable “rust bucket,” but it is the case for some lemon cars.
Common Defects for Lemon Cars with Rust in the Underbody of the Vehicle
If you are the owner of a “rust bucket” vehicle that is a rusted out new lemon car, you will experience many associated and related issues with the vehicle. The rusting of an underbody of a new car is quite unusual, which means you are more than likely looking at a lemon car claim. You may have experienced rusting under the car, in relation to affected:
- Spark plugs
- Oxygen sensors
- Air fuel ration sensors
- Automotive wire harness system
- Body sealing products
- Ignition coils
- Air conditioning system
- Side door latches
- Fan motors
- Automotive bearings
In the case that you have a rusted underbelly on your new car, you may have a lemon vehicle on your hands. If this has happened to you, just call us today at Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537, to review your claim for free.
How Long Do I Have to File My Lemon Car Claim?
The statute of limitations for a lemon car claim is 4 years, depending on the facts of your lemon car case.
What Are the Lemon Car Settlement Values?
Your lemon car claim may settle between the broad range of $20,000 to $200,000, depending on your losses, damages and expenses associated with the claim.
How Long Will It Take to Settle My Lemon Car Claim?
Your lemon car claim for rust in the underbody of the lemon car can take around 3-5 months to settle, depending on the particulars of your claim.
Is My Leased Car Eligible for a Lemon Car Claim?
Yes, your leased car is eligible for a lemon car claim. Call us to review the particulars of your claim, to help you determine the extent of your losses and damages related to your lemon car issues.
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We can give to you a zero-fee guarantee, when you call us today at the Guardian Lemon Law Group. That means, there are no up-front fees for you to pay, and we can review your lemon car claim right now. It is our job to get you the recovery compensation that you deserve in this case. We will work hard for you and will settle out your claim as soon as practicable. All that you need to do to start the process, is to call us today at Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537.
Contact Us / Free Case Evaluation for Rust Underneath a Lemon Car
If you have the experience of having to deal with a lemon car with a rusted underbelly, you can call us at the Guardian Lemon Law Group to discuss your lemon car claim. Our legal team is ready to review with you the steps to initiate a lawsuit, based on the merits of your claim. We can review your claim with a free case evaluation, and you can talk to a lawyer with experience in California Lemon Laws when you call us today at the Guardian Lemon Law Group at 888.341.8537.