Dear Consumer Ed: I dropped my car off at the dealership for a repair. They said it would take two days to repair, but they’ve had the car for a week now and I’m still waiting. I need my car! Is there a law that will force them to make the repair as promised?
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Dear Consumer Ed: My daughter has an upcoming volleyball competition in Atlanta and the hotel prices have gone up dramatically for the weekend we want to stay. I realize there are several events going on that weekend, but isn't there a law that will prevent rates from skyrocketing? We want to stay very close to the event and they are just gouging us.
Dear Consumer Ed: I have a doggy door that originally came with a lifetime replacement warranty. I have the original paperwork and receipt that state this. When I contacted the company to have my broken product replaced they told me they only warranty their products for one year and they won’t honor any old warranties. Is this legal?