Not everyone understands the joys of RV living. Whether one purchases an RV or trailer for family vacations or plans and saves for a retirement of traveling across the country, the choice of vehicle is critical. A consumer may spend much time researching models and visiting dealers before making the purchase. However, if the new purchase is a disappointment because the owner must make numerous trips to the mechanic for repairs, the RV may fall under California's lemon law.
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Purchasing an RV or camper is not something you do on an impulse. You may have spent years planning and saving until you were ready to shop for the perfect RV. It had to be safe, reliable and comfortable enough to live in, especially if you planned to RV full time or to spend entire seasons in your new recreational vehicle. If traveling across California or even seeing the country was your plan, you never thought you would end up with a lemon for an RV.
As fall approaches, many in California may be deciding they don't want to let go of that carefree summer feeling. This may lead them to considering the purchase of an RV or trailer so they can travel when they want in comfort. However, purchasing a recreational vehicle is not a decision to make lightly since even an affordable RV is a serious investment. The last thing a consumer wants to do is to sink hundreds of thousands into a camper only to find it is a lemon.
For many in California, the thought of owning a recreational vehicle or camper trailer means vacations that offer more flexibility, comfort and savings than staying in a motel or paying for air fare. However, all those advantages hinge on the purchase of the right motor home. Before making that purchase, a careful examination of an RV is essential, whether one is buying from a dealer of new or used vehicles. Ending up with a defective RV may mean seeking assistance with California's lemon law for RVs and trailers.