The Oklahoma lemon la w covers any motor vehicle required to be registered in the state. The lemon law does not cover vehicles above 10,000 pounds gross vehicle weight and the living facilities of motor homes.
The lemon law covers the following "consumers":
The lemon law appears to cover a lessee.
The lemon law covers any defect or condition that substantially impairs the use and value of the motor vehicle to the consumer. This is referred to as a nonconformity.
The lemon law provides manufacturers with an affirmative defense if it can be shown that the alleged nonconformity does not substantially impair the use and value, or the nonconformity is the result of abuse, neglect, or unauthorized modifications or alterations of a motor vehicle.
The Oklahoma lemon law establishes a presumption that a reasonable number of repair attempts has been undertaken to conform a motor vehicle to the applicable express warranties if, within the express warranty term or during the period of one year following the date of the motor vehicle's original delivery to a consumer, whichever is earlier, either of the following occurs:
The term of an express warranty, the one year period, and the 45 - day or 30 - day period are extended by any period of time during which repair services are not available to the consumer because of a war, invasion, strike , fire, flood or other natural disaster.
If the manufacturer has established or participates in an informal dispute settlement procedure that complies with 16 C.F.R. Part 703, then the provisions requiring refund or replacement do not apply unless the consumer has first resorted to the informal dispute settlement procedure.CLICK HERE to read more about Oklahoma Lemon Law