Plastic bags aren't the only thing changing for consumers - the Consumer Rights Act has recently come into full force. This article on Which? explains the new regime. Among other changes, there is welcome clarification on time frames for consumers seeking redress for faulty goods. Under the CRA consumers may reject within 30 days of purchase/delivery and will be automatically entitled to a full refund. During the first six months consumers can require retailers to repair or replace the goods. Specifically in relation to cars, there is to be a balancing adjustment factoring in any use of the vehicle by the consumer. All seems pretty sensible - we will have to see how it is treated by the Courts.