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Old 02-05-2007, 04:03 PM   #1
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FMCA association is discussing prospects for creating a nationwide model lemon law for RV's using the Florida law as guide line. I know Calif has lemon law also, which this would give all RV owner some leverage on bad motor homes. What do you think and have you had any experience reference this topic??
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FMCA association is discussing prospects for creating a nationwide model lemon law for RV's using the Florida law as guide line. I know Calif has lemon law also, which this would give all RV owner some leverage on bad motor homes. What do you think and have you had any experience reference this topic??
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As problematic as a new motorhome is, ever one would qualify under a lemon law.

If a motorhome lemon law was enacted motorhome prices would go through the roof.

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