Braff Injury Law Practice
When people invest in recreational vehicles such as motorhomes or travel trailers, they do it with lots of expectations. Recreational vehicles are mainly bought for vacation and adventure purposes. What if these vehicles do not perform as declared at the time of purchase? In California, owners get coverage under the California Lemon Law if they have unknowingly purchased or leased defective vehicles. According to this protection, manufacturers are liable to give a refund or a replacement for defective RVs. If you believe that the RV you have purchased or leased is a lemon, you must immediately contact our team of RV Home Lemon Lawyers in Pleasant Hill, California.
The RV Home Lemon Law
The Federal Lemon Law is also known as MMWA, or the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, which is applicable to all consumer products sold with a written warranty, including RV motorhomes. In some cases, the MMWA also implements State Warranty Laws and protects non-motorized recreational vehicles, such as travel trailers, which are normally not covered under the State Lemon Law. The State Lemon Law usually applies to the chassis part of motorhomes and motor vehicles. The MMWA ensures complete protection to the motorhome buyers on their products. And it helps them seek compensation if their products are defective and fail to perform as claimed in the warranty.