Florida has statutes that contain provisions that cover lemon vehicle and it can be found under Fla. Stat. 681.10, et. seq. which is called the Motor Vehicle Warranty Enforcement Act.
Florida's Lemon Law covers lemon vehicle nonconformities which are a defect or condition that substantially impairs the use, value, or safety of a vehicle. See Fla. Stat. 681.102.
The lemon law covers:
See Fla. Stat. 681.102.
Subsequent owners are covered if the lemon vehicle is transferred from one consumer to another during the Lemon Law Rights Period of 24 months from the original delivery.
Florida's Lemon Law Rights Period is the 24 months after the date of the original delivery of the lemon vehicle to the consumer. See Fla. Stat. 681.102.
If the lemon vehicle does not conform to the warranty and the consumer first reports the issue to the manufacturer or its authorized service agent during the Lemon Law Rights Period, the manufacturer or agent shall repair the lemon vehicle even if the repairs are made to the lemon vehicle after the Lemon Law Rights Period expires. See Fla. Stat. 681.103.
A dealership that sold you the lemon vehicle may not be liable unless there is an additional written express warranty made by the dealer apart from the manufacturer’s warranties. See Fla. Stat. 681.113.