New Car Law and Legal Definition
A new car could mean a car whose sale is not recorded or title issued. The only documentation on the vehicle is the manufacturer's statement of origin. A new car could have miles on it if it is driven for demonstration purposes or some other legitimate purpose. The criteria for describing a car as a new car may change depending on the context.
For example, New Jersey’s New Car Lemon Law protects a person who purchases a new motor vehicle that develops serious warranty defects which the dealer or manufacturer cannot repair. The law covers vehicles during the first two years from the original date of delivery or 24,000 miles - whichever comes first.
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