Truck & RV Lemon Law Lawyers
Truck & RV Lemon Law Litigation
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Purchasing a RV or large truck may very well be one of the largest investments you can make during your lifetime. But, just like a normal automobile, these RV’s and trucks are no stranger to the occasional lemon. In fact, thousands of RVs and large trucks purchased each year turn out to be defective. Even if the lemon law in your state excludes RVs, this should not stop you from pursuing a legal claim under the Magnusson-Moss Warranty Act. Cases involving RVs and large trucks can be challenging as they are treated differently than a normal automobile. Certain lemon laws only cover defects in the chassis, chassis cab, and propulsion system. If your RV or large truck is covered under a lemon law, it faces many of the same criteria as a regular automobile. Three or four attempts must be made to repair the issue, or it must be out of service for thirty days or more.
If you are involved with a truck or RV lemon, you should contact The Liblang Law Firm to discuss your case immediately: (248) 540-9270 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did You Know?
Federal lemon law claims for large trucks and RV's
The federal lemon law protects you, the consumer when a manufacturer of a large truck or RV fails to uphold their written warranty. However, the manufacturer must be given reasonable time to correct and repair the vehicle, so always take the RV to an authorized dealer so they may attempt to remedy the problem.
Always keep well-organized records regarding the complaints, repairs, and the time the vehicle was out of service. It is also a good idea to keep a record of all correspondence regarding the dealer and the manufacturer.
Types of RV's and large trucks
- Travel trailers
- Fifth wheel trailers
- Class C RV’s
- Class B RV’s
- Class A RV’s
- Any large truck over 10,000 pounds in gross weight.
Conditions to file a claim
- The vehicle was purchased new with a warranty.
- The vehicle is less than four years old.
- Your mechanical issue is a danger to anyone who drives the vehicle.
- The mechanical issue requires continuous repairs.
- The mechanical issue diminishes the market value of the vehicle.
- The vehicle has been in the repair shop for 30 calendar days or more.
Let’s find out if you have a lemon.
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