Motor Trade Law Legal Experts
Offering Advice on All New & Second
hand Car Legal Issues and Complaints
Motor trade legal advice
Motor trade legal advice for car dealers and traders, on all aspects of the law surrounding the buying, repairing or selling of second hand cars direct from an industry expert. With first hand experience in the automotive sector, in dealerships, manufacturers, motor dealers and bodyshops owner before becoming a lawyer no-one knows the business better than us.
If you need to know your rights, risks and responsibilities under trading standards law and the sale of unroadworthy vehicles, car finance and the 30 day right to reject, car warranty or consumer regulations including refunds and repairs, this is the service for you.
Quality assured motor trade legal advice from on all aspects of consumer finance, buying and selling new and second hand cars, vans & commercial vehicles for main dealers, retailers, traders & individuals.
Free lawyer consultation and initial legal advice
0333 700 7676
Retail motor law expertise
Leading UK automotive lawyers and motor industry legal consultants we specialise in dispute resolution involving claims for a refund or claim compensation for unroadworthy used cars, trade descriptions issues and breach of consumer regulations by motor traders
Access to law
Operating nationwide from our centres in London, Surrey & Kent, we aim to provide fast, effective solutions based motor trade legal advice in everyday language, whether you need one-off legal support or as an unlimited usage extra value package.
As part of our access to law commitment we offer everyone a 15 minute telephone consultation and free motor trade legal advice, either complete the form and we'll get back to you within an hour or give us call
15 minute Free lawyer consultation & legal advice
0333 700 7676
New & used car complaints
Research by the AA suggests that 750,000 consumers face unresolved car problems and used car issues including clocked cars, outstanding finance and unroadworthy cars with serious mechanical faults, stifling the liquidity and reputation of the used vehicle market.
This is made worse by dodgy used car complaints over loading the Citizens Advice service and an invariably inaccessible, expensive legal services sector entrenched in a tradition of letter writing over phoning and litigation over mediation, putting dealers and consumers on track to the county court.