What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? Florida
My son bought his first car from a used car dealership, it was everything he wanted and saved for. I asked all the right questions and looked the car over thoroughly , test drove it and everything seemed fine. A couple weeks went by and he was sitting in traffic when white smoke bellowed from the rear and front of the car, he shut it down immediately and called AAA which then towed the car home. Upon examination we found the radiator ruptured and hoses split and expansion tank melted, Valve cover gasket compromised and Knew for sure head gasket was blown! We purchased all the items we needed to fix the car as it was as is. About November we received a recall letter in the mail pertaining to a PCV heater valve defect and the worst case scenario along with it which included everything that went wrong other than catching fire and blowing up! Upon further review we noticed this recall was announced back in 2015 and we bought the car in 2017 so the dealer knew of the pending complication's and sold the car to a minor any way. We reached out to BMW of North America and the local dealership in Sarasota, up front as nice as can be but once we hung up.... Never heard another word from neither one and I have sent countless emails and bombarded with phone calls! There is still no remedy and no one has bothered to call back and check if this minors ( my son) concerns have been addressed! How can the lemon law protect my son and any other first time buyers from unethical, demoralized, reprobates?