Purchasing an RV is a big and important decision, and represents a substantial layout of funds on your part. If you have recently purchased an RV and it is defective, however, you could be looking for options under consumer protection laws to pursue compensation.
Sadly, thousands of RVs that are purchased every single year end up malfunctioning and can cause consumers significantly in terms of downtime and overall repair costs.
Buyers Are Protected Under Warranty Laws
Both federal and state lemon laws can provide an avenue for remedies so you can avoid losing your investment. Even in the event that the lemon law in your state partially or totally excludes recreational vehicles, as a consumer, you can still initiate a legal claim under the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.
This statute provides for financial support to consumers who have had to cope with defective vehicles not covered by states. Loan payments and consumer down payments can be pursued successfully with RVs such as Class A, B, and C motor homes, fifth-wheel trailers, and travel trailers.