Monday, June 5, 2023


RVer frustrated with Keystone trailer

By Chuck Woodbury
We started the Facebook page RV Horror Stories to provide a way for RVers who are stuck with lemon RVs to tell their tales. Perhaps in doing so they can force RV manufacturers and dealers to take action to fix their RVs instead of giving them the runaround.

In way too many cases, RVers who buy brand-new RVs are forced to wait months, even years before they can get repairs done so they can even use their RVs, not just stand by making monthly payments as the RVs sit in the shop.

Here’s an all-too-typical story from the frustrated buyer of a 2019 Keystone Impact 322 Toy Hauler. He posted this on YouTube for reasons he explains in the six-minute video.

If you have a lemon RV, sign up for RV Horror Stories and/or visit this page on where we list many resources that can help you, including a list of RV lemon law lawyers who will take legal action on your behalf, which is often the only way to get your RV working or your money back.

Chuck Woodbury
Chuck Woodbury
I'm the founder and publisher of I've been a writer and publisher for most of my adult life, and spent a total of at least a half-dozen years of that time traveling the USA and Canada in a motorhome.


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4 years ago

If your state doesn’t have a Lemon Law for RV’s, you will have to go thru the Federal Courts, using the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. There may be others that cover Lemon RV’s too. But, I believe Florida does have Lemon Laws on the books.

4 years ago

I would check into Florida’s Lemon Law.

4 years ago

Doesn’t Fla have a lemon law. You might want to pursue your issues that route.

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