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Motorscooter Lemon Rules

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NEW JERSEY CONSUMER FRAUD MOTOR SCOOTER WHEELCHAIR RULES, ALSO KNOWN AS THE NEW JERSEY CONSUMER FRUAD MOTORIZED WHEELCHAIR RULES

SUBCHAPTER 26E. MOTORIZED WHEELCHAIR DISPUTE RESOLUTION
13:45A-26E.1 Purpose and scope
(a) The purpose of this subchapter is to implement the Motorized Wheelchair Lemon Law, P.L. 1995, c.233, by establishing
a motorized wheelchair dispute resolution system within the Division of Consumer Affairs in conjunction
with the Office of Administrative Law. The subchapter also sets forth the method for computing the refund, and
details the reporting requirements and procedure for publication of compliance records of manufacturers of motorized
wheelchairs.
(b) This subchapter applies to:
1. Manufacturers of motorized wheelchairs sold or leased in the State of New Jersey;
2. All purchasers, lessees and consumers as defined in N.J.S.A. 56:12-75(l) of motorized wheelchairs sold or
leased in the State of New Jersey; and
3. Motorized wheelchair dealers servicing motorized wheelchairs.
13:45A-26E.2 Definitions
As used in this subchapter, the following words shall have the following meanings:
“Days” means calendar days.
“Director” means the Director of the Division of Consumer Affairs.
“Dispute Resolution System” means a procedure established by the Division of Consumer Affairs and the Office of
Administrative Law for the resolution of disputes regarding motorized wheelchair nonconformity(s) through summary
administrative hearings.
“Manufacturer” means a person who manufactures or assembles motorized wheelchairs and agents of that person, including
an importer, a distributor, factory branch, distributor branch and any warrantors of the manufacturer’s motorized
wheelchairs, but does not include a motorized wheelchair dealer.
“Motorized wheelchair” means any motor-driven wheelchair, including a demonstrator and all accompanying power
accessories utilized to operate the wheelchair, which a consumer purchases or accepts transfer of in this State for the purpose
of increasing independent mobility, in the activities of daily living of an individual who has limited or no ambulation abilities,
and includes motorized power scooters designed primarily for indoor use and retrofit power units designed to motorize
power wheelchairs.
“Motorized wheelchair dealer” or “dealer” means a person who is in the business of selling motorized wheelchairs in
New Jersey.
“Motorized wheelchair lessor” or “lessor” means a person who leases or rents a motorized wheelchair to a consumer, or
who holds the lessor’s rights, under a written lease or written rental agreement.
“Nonconformity” means a condition or defect that substantially impairs the use, value or safety of a motorized wheelchair,
and which is covered by an express warranty applicable to the motorized wheelchair or to a component of the motorized
wheelchair. A nonconformity does not include a condition or defect which results from abuse, neglect or unauthorized
modification or alteration of the motorized wheelchair by a consumer.
“OAL” means Office of Administrative Law.
“Reasonable attempt to repair” means, within the term of an express warranty applicable to a new motorized wheelchair,
or within one year after first delivery of the motorized wheelchair to a consumer, whichever is sooner, that:
1. A nonconformity within the warranty has been subject to repair by the manufacturer, lessor or any of the
manufacturer’s authorized dealers at least three times and the nonconformity continues; or
2. The motorized wheelchair is out of service for an aggregate of at least 20 days because of a nonconformity,
after having been returned to the manufacturer, motorized wheelchair lessor or any of the manufacturer’s authorized
dealers for repair.
“Wheelchair Lemon Law” means P.L. 1995, c.233 (N.J.S.A. 56:12-74 et seq.), an Act providing certain protections to
consumers who purchase, lease or rent motorized wheelchairs.
13:45A-26E.3 Manufacturer warranty
(a) At the time or purchase, lease or rental of a new motorized wheelchair in the State of New Jersey, the manufacturer,
either directly or through an authorized dealer or lessor, shall furnish the consumer with an express warranty for the
motorized wheelchair. The duration of the express warranty shall be not less than one year after first delivery of the
motorized wheelchair to the consumer.
(b) In the absence of an express warranty from the manufacturer, the manufacturer shall be deemed to have expressly
warranted to the consumer of a motorized wheelchair that, for a period of one year from the date of first delivery to
the consumer, the motorized wheelchair will be free from any condition or defect which substantially impairs the
use, value or safety of the wheelchair to the consumer.
13:45A-26E.4 Wheelchair Lemon Law Unit
(a) There is established within the Division of Consumer Affairs a section which will process Wheelchair Lemon Law
matters, to be known as the Wheelchair Lemon Law Unit (WLLU).
(b) The Wheelchair Lemon Law Unit shall, upon request, provide consumers with a brochure setting forth:
1. Information regarding a consumer’s rights and remedies under the relevant law; and
2. The procedure to be followed in order to participate in the various dispute resolution systems.
(c) All correspondence to the Division of Consumer Affairs regarding Wheelchair Lemon Law matters shall be directed
to the attention of the Wheelchair Lemon Law Unit, as follows:
Division of Consumer Affairs
Wheelchair Lemon Law Unit
Post Office Box 45026, 124 Halsey Street
Newark, New Jersey 07101
13:45A-26E.5 Repair of nonconformity
(a) When a consumer believes that a new motorized wheelchair does not conform to an applicable express warranty, the
consumer shall:
1. Notify the manufacturer, motorized wheelchair lessor or any of the manufacturer’s authorized motorized wheelchair
dealers of the nonconformity by mail, each time a nonconformity occurs; and
2. Make the motorized wheelchair available for repair before one year after first delivery of the motorized wheelchair
to the consumer.
(b) If, within the terms of an express warranty applicable to a new motorized wheelchair, or within one year after first
delivery of the motorized wheelchair to a consumer, whichever is earlier, substantially the same nonconformity has
been subject to repair three or more times by the manufacturer, lessor or any of the manufacturer’s authorized dealers
and the nonconformity continues to exist, or the motorized wheelchair has been out of service by reason of repair for
one or more nonconformities for an aggregate total of 20 or more days since the original delivery of the motorized
wheelchair, and a nonconformity continues to exist, and the manufacturer refuses to replace or refund the price of the
motorized wheelchair after one of the above conditions occurs, then the consumer shall be considered as having met
the criteria necessary to pursue a Wheelchair Lemon Law claim and may then:
1. Refer the matter to the manufacturer for resolution through the manufacturer’s dispute resolution settlement
procedure;
2. Refer the matter to the WLLU for dispute resolution; or
3. File an action in the Superior Court of New Jersey. Any party to an action asserting a claim, counterclaim or
defense based upon violations of the Wheelchair Lemon Law shall mail a copy of the initial or response pleading
containing the claim, counterclaim or defense to the Attorney General within 10 days after filing the pleading
with the court.
13:45A-26E.6 Eligibility
(a) To be eligible for the Dispute Resolution System, a consumer shall provide the following items to the WLLU by
certified mail, return receipt requested:
1. A completed Application for Dispute Resolution which can be obtained from the WLLU; and
2. Photocopies of the consumer’s written notification(s) of the nonconformities to the manufacturer sent prior to
the expiration of the manufacturer’s warranty.
(b) If application forms are not available, a consumer may file a written request for dispute resolution which shall be
accepted by the WLLU if that written request contains all information, items and statements listed in N.J.A.C.
13:45A-26E.7.
13:45A-26E.7 Application
(a) Application for Dispute Resolution shall require submission of the following:
1. The name, address and telephone number of the consumer as well as the lienholder, if any;
2. The date of the original delivery of the motorized wheelchair to the consumer;
3. A written account of the events resulting in the dispute including description(s) of the claimed nonconformity(ies)
and a chronology of the repair attempts;
4. Photocopies of the statements of repair given to the consumer by the manufacturer through its dealer, each time
a motorized wheelchair is returned from being examined or repaired; and
5. Photocopies of the agreement of sale or lease, the receipt for payment of any options or other modifications
arranged, installed or made by the manufacturer or its dealer within 30 days after the date of original delivery,
receipts for any other charges or fees including, but not limited to:
i. Sales tax;
ii. Finance charges;
iii. Rental of a motorized wheelchair equivalent to the consumer’s motorized wheelchair for the period when
the consumer’s motorized wheelchair was out of service due to a nonconformity;
iv. Prescription for the wheelchair from a licensed medical professional if the consumer purchased or leased the
wheelchair by prescription;
v. Documents from third-party payors; and
vi. Any other documents related to the dispute.
(b) The application must contain a statement as to the following:
1. That the consumer believes that the motorized wheelchair’s use, market value or safety is substantially impaired
by the nonconformity(ies) complained of;
2. That the nonconformity(ies) complained of is (are) not the result of abuse, neglect or unauthorized modifications
of the motorized wheelchair by anyone other than the manufacturer or its dealer;
3. That within the term of protection the manufacturer, its agent or authorized dealer failed in at least three attempts
to correct the same substantial defect, or the motorized wheelchair was out of service by reason of repair
for at least an aggregate of 20 days;
4. That within the term of protection:
i. The consumer gave the manufacturer or its dealer at least three attempts to repair substantially the same
nonconformity and the nonconformity continues to exist; or
ii. The motorized wheelchair was out of service by reason of repair for one or more nonconformities for an
aggregate total of 20 or more days since the original delivery of the motorized wheelchair, and the
nonconformity(ies) continues to exist; and
5. Whether the consumer wishes to appear at the hearing in person or instead will allow a decision to be rendered
by the OAL on the papers submitted by both parties. This option will be available only in the event the
manufacturer does not object to a proceeding on the papers in its response pursuant to N.J.A.C. 13:45A-26E.10(f).
13:45A-26E.8 Filing fee
(a) A consumer whose application for dispute resolution is accepted by the Division shall pay a filing fee of $50.00 by
certified check or money order payable to the “New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs.” The filing fee shall be
nonrefundable.
(b) The filing fee shall be requested by the WLLU when it has determined that the consumer’s application is complete,
that it complies with this subchapter and the Wheelchair Lemon Law and that it is eligible for the WLLU’s Dispute
Resolution System.
13:45A-26E.9 Processing of applications
(a) Submitted applications shall be reviewed by the WLLU for completeness and compliance with the Wheelchair
Lemon Law and this subchapter.
1. Incomplete applications shall be returned to the consumer for completion.
2. Applications not in compliance with this subchapter and the Wheelchair Lemon Law shall be rejected and the
WLLU shall notify the consumer of the reason for the rejection. However, no judgment shall be made by the
WLLU as to whether the claimed defect is substantiated by the evidence or whether the defect substantially
impairs the use, market value or safety of a motorized wheelchair.
(b) Upon receipt of the filing fee of $50.00, the application shall be date- stamped to indicate its acceptance for dispute
resolution.
13:45A-26E.10 Notification and scheduling of hearings
(a) By August 29, 1996, each manufacturer of motorized wheelchairs sold or leased in New Jersey shall forward to the
Division of Consumer Affairs, Wheelchair Lemon Law Unit, the name, address, telephone and telefax number of
the person designated by the manufacturer to receive notices under this dispute resolution process. It shall be the
duty of the manufacturer to update this information, as necessary.
(b) On the day that an application is accepted for resolution, the WLLU shall send a notice by certified mail, return
receipt requested to the consumer and the manufacturer’s designee. This notice shall indicate that the consumer’s
request for resolution has been accepted and shall provide general information about the resolution process.
(c) The WLLU shall immediately thereafter refer an accepted application for dispute resolution to the OAL and arrange
a hearing date acceptable to all parties. The dispute resolution shall be conducted as a contested case by the OAL in
accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act, N.J.S.A. 52:14B-1 et seq., the Uniform Administrative Procedure
Rules, N.J.A.C. 1:1, and Special Rules, N.J.A.C. 1:13A.
(d) The date of the hearing shall be no later than 20 days from the date of the notice of acceptance unless a later date is
agreed to by the consumer.
(e) Notice of the date, time, and location of the hearing shall be mailed by the OAL to both parties.
(f) A copy of the application materials shall be sent by the WLLU simultaneously with the notice of acceptance of the
application, to the manufacturer or the manufacturer’s designee. Within 10 days of receipt of the notice of acceptance
of the consumer’s application for dispute resolution, the manufacturer shall mail by certified mail, return
receipt requested, to the consumer and to the clerk of the Office of Administrative Law at 185 Washington Street,
Newark, New Jersey 07102, a response to each of the statements set forth in the consumer application. The response
shall also state whether the manufacturer objects to a proceeding on the papers if requested by the consumer.
(g) Applications by the consumer or the manufacturer with consent of the consumer for adjournments or rescheduling of
the hearing shall be made in accordance with N.J.A.C. 1:1-9.6.
13:45A-26E.11 Computation of refund
(a) The refund claimed by a consumer pursuant to section 4 of the Wheelchair Lemon Law, whether through the Division
of Consumer Affairs motorized wheelchair dispute resolution system or a manufacturer’s informal dispute
resolution process, shall include:
1. The total purchase price of the wheelchair including finance charges, sales tax or, in the case of a lease, the total
sum of lease payments made, including any down payment,
2. The cost of any necessary modifications arranged, installed or made by the manufacturer or its dealer within
one year after the original date of delivery,
3. Other charges or fees, including, but not limited to, actual expenses incurred by the consumer for the rental of
a motorized wheelchair equivalent to the consumer’s motorized wheelchair for the period during which the
consumer’s motorized wheelchair was out of service due to a nonconformity.
(b) From the total sum of items in (a) above, a deduction shall be made, representing an allowance for use. This
deduction shall be calculated as follows: the full purchase price of the motorized wheelchair shall be multiplied by
a fraction, the denominator of which is 1,825 and the numerator of which is equal to the number of days that the
wheelchair was used before the consumer first reported the problem to the dealer or the manufacturer.
13:45A-26E.12 Final decision
(a) The Director shall review the OAL proposed decision submitted by the administrative law judge who conducts the
administrative hearing and shall adopt, reject, or modify the decision no later than 15 days after receipt.
(b) At the conclusion of the 15-day review period, the Director shall mail notification of the rejected, modified or
adopted decision to both parties, the lien-holder, if any, and the OAL. The mailing to the manufacturer and consumer
shall be by certified mail, return receipt requested. Within 45 days of receipt of the final decision, any party may file
an appeal in the Appellate Division of the Superior Court.
(c) The manufacturer shall advise the Director as to its compliance with the final decision or its intent to appeal the final
decision no later than 10 days following the date stated for completion of all awarded remedies.
(d) If the manufacturer unreasonably fails to comply with the decision within the specified time period, the manufacturer
shall be liable for penalties in the amount of $5,000 for each day the manufacturer unreasonably fails to
comply, commencing on the day after the specified date for completion of all awarded remedies.
13:45A-26E.13 Appeals
(a) A manufacturer or a consumer may appeal a final decision to the Appellate Division of the Superior Court by filing
a notice of appeal with the court as well as the Director no later than 45 days after the date of the final decision as
defined in N.J.A.C. 45A-26E.12(b).
(b) An appeal by a manufacturer shall not be heard unless the notice of appeal is accompanied by a bond which shall be:
1. For a principal sum equal to the money award made by the administrative law judge, plus $2,500 for anticipated
attorney’s fees and other costs;
2. Which sum shall be secured by cash or its equivalent; and
3. Payable to the consumer.
13:45A-26E.14 Manufacturer’s informal dispute resolution system
(a) The WLLU shall compile a roster of American and foreign manufacturers of motorized wheelchairs sold or leased in
New Jersey.
(b) Manufacturers who establish or participate in an in-house customer assistance mechanism, private arbitration, private
buy-back program, or any other type of dispute resolution system shall, by September 18, 1996
1. Advise the WLLU of the existence of its procedure mentioned in (b) above; and
2. Send the WLLU an outline of the steps that a consumer must take in order to participate in the manufacturer’s
informal dispute resolution procedure and shall include all necessary addresses and phone numbers.
13:45A-26E.15 Index of disputes
(a) The Division of Consumer Affairs shall maintain an index of motorized wheelchair disputes by make and model and
shall compile and maintain statistics indicating the record of manufacturer compliance with any settlement procedure
decisions.
(b) The initial index and statistical record of compliance shall be made available to the public on January 1, 1997 and
every 12 months thereafter.

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