The federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act protects buyers of products that cost more than $25 and come with express written warranties. It covers all products that malfunction or do not perform as they should. The Act’s purview includes vehicles, guaranteeing that certain minimum warranties are met and that the provisions of the vehicle warranties are disclosed prior to purchase. Under the Act, which includes vehicles that are “lemons,” purchasers must be given the choice of either a refund or a replacement if the products are defective. State laws further modify this protection by providing conditions under which a manufacturer has the opportunity to repair the defect before being required to refund or replace it.