Lemon law attorney: “Don’t buy a new RV!”


In this recently released video, Michigan lemon law attorney Steve Lehto discusses the continuing epidemic of poor quality RVs. Steve reads portions of an article from Curbed.com titled “The Truth About RVs.” The article quotes him and others in the RV industry, whether industry PR spokespersons or disgruntled buyers.

Steve advises prospective RVers to not buy a brand-new RV but a good used unit where the owner has already fixed the bugs. Plus, he says, you’ll save a lot of money.

If you are planning to buy an RV, do yourself a favor and watch this 13-minute video.

Read the story at Curbed.com.


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1 year ago

we use a desktop.

Captn John
1 year ago

I’ve purchased at least 14 new RVs over the years with hardly a problem. My last 3 were a Montana and only 1 had cosmetic issues fixed by the dealer in a day after waiting 2 weeks for Keystone to replace the wood trim in 1 area. Just purchased a 2019! this year, at 71 it will be my last.

1 year ago

Chuck; sorry about the negative feedback, but it’s not you or your staff – it’s what’s happening in our country today. I’m nearly 75 and cannot remember when it’s been this bad – gonna get worse next year due to the election season. PS. Like your new format and yes I read it on my smart phone. See you down the road, be safe and stay healthy.