Is My RV a Lemon?
If you think you have a lemon motorhome, then you probably do! Repeat repair trips to the nearest Rv dealer, breakdowns on the road, multiple repairs for the same problem, lost campground deposits, repairs you had to pay or do yourself - sound familiar? Then you've got a lemon Rv.
Is There a Lemon Law that Covers RV's?
Yes. The federal RV Lemon Law was designed to protect your rights when your new RV turns sour. If the manufacturer's dealer is unable to fix it within a reasonable number of attempts or a reasonable amount of time, then you may be entitled to a new motorcoach or your money back or compensation. The federal Rv lemon law applies to all motorized Rv's and travel trailers - Class A, Class B and Class C motorhomes as well as towable RV's like Travel Trailers, Toy Haulers, Fifth-Wheel Trailers and Truck Campers.
What should I do if I think my RV is a Lemon?
You probably have already exhausted your efforts trying to resolve your problem with the manufacturer of your RV with no satisfactory result. The next step is to gather all of your repair records, emails and letters between you and the factory and your dealers, your sales contract and receipts for repairs you had to pay for and contact an experienced attorney in RV Lemon Law cases to get good advice on exactly how the federal Lemon Law applies in your specific situation and to determine if other state or federal laws may also apply to your defective RV.
If you have a problem Rv, call or email Ron Burdge for the solution. We have been making RV manufacturers and dealers buy back bad motorhomes and pay compensation to Rv owners for more than 25 years. Check out our free case review. Your solution to a bad motorcoach is only a click away.
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