Repair or replacement – If there is an error within the first 6 months, the consumer may require the dealer to repair or replace the vehicle. The entrepreneur has “a chance” to repair the vehicle, which must be done “at no cost to the consumer, within a reasonable time and without causing serious inconvenience to the consumer”. 3. Refusal or price reduction – If the repair is not successful or if another error occurs, the consumer can refuse the vehicle and get a refund. The contractor may make a deduction for the use of the vehicle, the calculation of which must be uniform for all customers. The consumer may also keep the vehicle, but the entrepreneur must apply a “reasonable” price reduction agreed by the consumer. . . .