Share your stories about dud new cars

IPSWICH residents are being asked to share their stories about dud new cars to help make the case for national lemon laws.

Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath, who put the issue on the national agenda at meeting of consumer affairs ministers, said car owners could now visit qld.gov.au/lemonlaws to share their story.

"I want to hear from Queenslanders who've suffered the financial and mental pain of buying a lemon and how they were treated," she said.

"I'm concerned many people just give up in frustration and sell their lemon to make it someone else's problem.

"But I also want hear the positive stories if you've been able to enforce your consumer rights to secure a refund, replacement or satisfactory repairs."

Submissions received will be submitted to a wider review of the Australian Consumer Law.

 



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