If you are about to buy an RV, you should watch this 17-minute video. Attorney Steve Lehto explains why you are taking a big chance when you buy a new recreational vehicle, including those that cost $100,000 or even $200,000.
The fact is, buying an RV is a lot more complicated proposition than buying, for example, a car. You expect when you buy a car that everything will work. But not so with an RV says Lehto, who points out example after example of RVers who bought new motorhomes or trailers and then spent countless days, weeks or even months getting them repaired, or in some cases NOT getting them repaired.
Why so many problems? Because, says Lehto, in most states there are no lemon laws on RVs like there are on cars. RV manufacturers know it and RV dealers know it, which takes the pressure off manufacturers who routinely turn out defective units. For RV buyers, purchasing a “lemon” can cost a lot of money and cause trouble and heartache.
Of course, hundreds of thousands of people do buy new RVs each year. If that’s you, then watch this video for Lehto’s buying tips. What you learn could save you from making a buying decision you may later regret.