The Act provides that a manufacturer of a new motor vehicle with a defect has a limited number of opportunities within a given period of time to correct the defect. If the defect still exists, the manufacturer must repurchase or replace the vehicle. The Act provides that a dissatisfied consumer must appeal to a manufacturer's arbitration panel, a state arbitration panel, and a superior court, in that order. The defective vehicle must be scrapped or sold with a new manufacturer's warranty covering the defect.
Georgia State University Law Review
"COMMERCE AND TRADE Selling and Other Trade Practices: Motor Vehicle Warranty Rights,"
Georgia State University Law Review: Vol. 7
, Article 33.
Available at: http://readingroom.law.gsu.edu/gsulr/vol7/iss1/33