Jayco recalls motorhomes for windshield wiper issue

Jayco is recalling certain 2019 Jayco Alante and Precept motorhomes. When traveling at highway speeds, the windshield wiper arms may lift away from the windshield when the wiper speed setting is on high, decreasing the wiper’s ability to clear the windshield. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 104,…

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Forest River recalls some trailers: water heater exhaust issue

Forest River is recalling certain 2016-2018 Forest River Wildwood, and 2016-2019 Forest River Salem travel trailers. The outside auxiliary shower faucet cover may cover the water heater exhaust panel when opened. The covered water heater exhaust panel could increase the risk of injury. Forest River has notified owners, and dealers will install a replacement outside shower, free of charge. The…

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Newmar recalls some motorhomes: Slide out may move unexpectedly

Newmar is recalling 930 model year 2018 Newmar Bay Star, King Aire, London Aire, Mountain Aire, Bay Star Sport, Canyon Star, Dutch Star, Essex, New Aire, Ventana LE, and Ventana motorhomes. When the ignition key is in the off/accessory position and the battery disconnect is on, the slide-out rooms on these vehicles may move in or out unexpectedly. If the…

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German motorhome has a garage for your car

RV enthusiasts, like car and truck owners, have varied preferences in the modes of travel. Add to the list the Variomobil Signature 1200. The German-made bus-sized motorhome features a 523 horsepower Mercedes-Benz engine, and it can carry another Mercedes-Benz or another car of your choice. It’s an expensive alternative to towing a vehicle. The base price is about $922,000. With…

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Keystone recalls trailers: wrong tire rim size on Federal ID label

Keystone RV Company is recalling certain 2019 Keystone Summerland travel trailers, model 2020QB. The Federal Identification Label on these vehicles may indicate an incorrect tire rim size of 15X6, when the correct rim size is 15X5. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of 49 CFR Part 567, “Certification” and can create a safety risk. The incorrect…

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