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RV / Motor Home Lemon Law Attorney in Orange County, CA
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Is your recreational vehicle (RV) defective? You aren't alone if you feel this way. Every year, thousands of RVs are purchased by consumers who consider them defective. The lemon law in CA covers recreational vehicles just like other vehicles, which is something too many people don't know.
Lemon Law extends to RVs and motor homes as well as well as common vehicles. In any lemon law case, it's important to keep accurate records of the issues you encountered and how long your RV was not in working order.
If Your RV Isn't Repairable and is Defective, Take Action
People like you are protected by RV lemon laws if they have purchased a defective RV. Following a reasonable number of repair attempts, the manufacturer is required to replace the RV or refund your money if the vehicle cannot be repaired to meet the warranty terms. In many cases, however, manufacturers fail to compensate consumers for defective RVs.
Lemon laws protect some types of Recreational Vehicles (RVs):
- Class A Motorhomes
- Class B Motorhome
- Class C Motorhome
- Fifth Wheel Trailer
- Travel Trailer
Commonly Asked Questions About Motor Home Vehicle Protection
Is My Motor Home Vehicle or RV Considered a Lemon?
According to California law, a motor home may be considered a lemon if it has a substantial problem or problems that cannot be repaired after a reasonable number of attempts. What is considered a reasonable number of attempts varies based on the facts and circumstances of each case.
What Types of Problems Are Considered Substantial in Lemon Law Cases?
Problems with the interior of your motor home, such as generators, bathrooms, slide-outs, or the kitchen could classify as a substantial problem that cannot be repaired. You may also be eligible for consumer protection under the Song-Beverly Consumer warranty Act, if these types of problems are consistent.
What Should I Do Once I Determine My RV is a Lemon?
At Barnes Law Firm, we are dedicated to protecting the rights of consumers. Once your vehicle is determined a lemon, contact our Orange County motor home lemon law Attorney, immediately. Any vehicle purchase is an investment of hard-earned dollars, and it is simply unjust for those dollars to be wasted on a defective product.
Contact Our RV Lemon Law Attorneys in Orange County
Barnes Law Firm is ready to help with your RV lemon law cases in California. Our Orange RV County lemon lawyer takes the time to listen to your situation, get the facts, and protect your consumer rights with ease and efficiency.
A motor home is often the second most expensive investment a consumer will make. When your motorhome, trailer, or fifth wheel is riddled with problems, it can have a substantial impact on your use and enjoyment.
Attorney Barnes was one of the early pioneers to exclusively handle Lemon Law cases in California. His goal is to provide every client with dedicated one-on-one attention as they navigate their Lemon Law case.
Start your case with a free initial consultation. Fill out the following form or call us at 949.446.1668.
What Are the 3 General Qualifications for a Lemon?
The three general qualifications are:
- The car must have a substantial impairment in use, value, or safety
- The problems with the car must have been, covered by a warranty
- The owner must have attempted to get the vehicle repaired multiple times or the car must be in the shop an unreasonable amount of days
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What Does It Cost to Hire a Lemon Law Attorney?
Does the California Lemon Law Apply if I’ve Purchased a Faulty Used Vehicle?
The short answer is yes if you purchased the car with a warranty. The lemon law covers a used car if you bought it with a warranty, have a substantial problem covered by that warranty, and have given the warrantor a reasonable opportunity to repair the car. If you have bought a faulty used car, it is important that you speak with an Orange County lemon law attorney to get you the results you deserve.
Am I Required to Go Through Arbitration Before Hiring a Lemon Law Lawyer?