The Auto Fraud Legal Center has just filed a new lawsuit against Coachmen and American River RV. Our clients purchased a new Coachmen Leprechaun. American River charged our clients a $595 for a “pre-delivery inspection.” Why would our clients need to be charged $595 to inspect a brand-new motor home?

Apparently American River, as alleged in our lawsuit, did not actually inspect the motor home, or if they did inspect it the dealership did not do a good job. Coachmen and American River delivered our clients’ new Coachmen Leprechaun with a warped floor. The floor is still warped.

Our lawsuit, Williams v. American River RV , Yolo County Superior Court Case No. YOSU-CVCV-2018-1342-1, alleges that the $595 “pre-delivery inspection” was an unfair business practice, and that Coachmen and American River sold our clients a lemon.

Did American RV charge you $595 for a “pre-delivery inspection”? Did you buy a lemon motor home, 5th wheel, or travel trailer? Please contact the Auto Fraud Legal Center for a free case review. We have been representing consumers in California for over thirty years.

Contact Jeff Le Pere to address any potential lemon law claim or dealer misrepresentation claim you may have.