You just bought a used car and the engine blew up on the drive home from the dealership. What can you do? The answer depends primarily on one question: Did you buy it "as-is"? Judging by the phone calls I get at my office where I deal with automobile warranty law ("Lemon Law") the answer is usually, "Yes." Followed by, "What does 'as-is' mean?" If you're asking the question now – while the car with the blown engine drips its last ounce of oil in your driveway – it is too late. So, follow along as I explain what all of this means so you can protect yourself in the future.