Attorney Steve Lehto, who is one of America’s experts on RV lemon laws, explains how some RV dealers are charging their customers up to $2,000 to inspect the new RV they’re buying. They don’t offer it as an option, but say it’s required by law. Actually, it’s not.
In this 17-minute video Steve explains how dealers pull this scam. He talks about a central California RV dealership that got caught by the state’s DMV after it told a customer the inspection was required by state law.
In the second half of the video, Steve goes off-topic to discuss the often ignorant remarks viewers leave in the comment section of his videos. So just watch the first half of this video if you don’t want to watch the second half, although we found it very entertaining. As YouTube producers ourselves we totally identified with what Steve said.
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