Originally Posted by bamboozle
Look into the lemon law in California it should spell it out. Here in Florida if it gets bought back or replaced you will pay for usage. The formula here is price paid for the car x miles / 120,000. As far as money back they cover anything you paid including finance charges.
I can't make this equation work. It seems to indicate that as mileage approaches 120,000, buyback price goes up, until ultimately hitting the original purchase price (or surpassing it, if mileage is over 120,000).
Maybe you mean (price/120000)*(120000-miles)?