Buying an RV is a big purchase, and you want to do everything you can to avoid making a bad investment.
Many consumers are aware of the various laws designed to protect buyers when purchasing passenger vehicles. However, RVs are not passenger vehicles, and the rules and regulations can be confusing.
So, can RV protection laws help you avoid a costly financial mistake?
Today, we’re looking at the various laws and protections available to consumers when buying an RV. Unfortunately, what we found out might surprise you! So let’s get started!
What are “Lemon Laws”?
So-called “Lemon Laws” are state laws that provide consumers with legal protection for defective products. They apply specifically to vehicles that fail to meet certain quality and performance standards.
The laws vary from state to state, but generally provide for replacement or refund if the manufacturer cannot correct the problem after a certain number of attempts.
Vehicle recall laws are designed to protect consumers from being stuck with a defective vehicle. They also ensure that manufacturers are responsible for producing and selling products that meet basic quality and reliability standards.
If your vehicle qualifies, you should check your state’s lemon law and consult an attorney who specializes in this issue.