Our clients purchased a 2016 Heartland Sandsport toy hauler from Mike Thompson’s RV. Our clients had their issues with the electrical and brakes on the toy hauler, but they could not get an appointment with Mike Thompson’s RV. Attorneys at the Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center have found this to be a consistent problem that our clients face when attempting to have warranty work performed on their motor homes, 5th wheels, toy haulers, or travel trailers.

When our clients were finally able to get an appointment, our clients complained that the CO detector was routinely going off when running the generator. The dealer told them that this was not their problem, and the dealership never took the time to diagnose what was happening.

We now believe that Heartland placed the exhaust close to the generator in such a way that the CO is naturally pulled into the trailer. This is potentially a life threatening situation.

Contact Jeff Le Pere at the Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center to address any potential lemon law claim involving your motor home, 5th wheel, travel trailer, or toy hauler. jeff@rbblawgroup.com