Good Sam Club’s RV “Lemon Law”

June 10, 2009
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The Good Sam Club announced its new industry-first model motorhome “lemon law” legislation,
developed in conjunction with RV industry officials and the International Association of
Lemon Law Administrators (IALLA). With this new legislation, if the motorhome purchaser can
demonstrate that a purchased unit does not conform to the statutory standards prescribed in
the model law, the buyer would be insured a replacement or repurchase of the unit by the
manufacturer – if the proposed new model legislation is enacted by the state. Most states
currently either provide no lemon law coverage for motorhome purchases or offer protection
that is extremely limited, typically covering only the chassis. This proposed lemon law
would extend coverage to the structural integrity and functionality of major system
components relating to the living quarters of a motorhome, a huge benefit for new buyers
who depend on their RVs for both transportation needs and as living quarters. For more
information, contact the Good Sam Club at target="_blank">www.goodsamclub.com.

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