people keep assuming the RV industry is like the Auto industry and it most definitely is NOT.
the only thing the two have in common is that they have dealerships with service depts. and they sell things on wheels.
other than that, they couldn't be more different. RV dealers have way more power over the manufacturers and can change brands at the drop of the hat.
there's no required brand loyalty with RV dealers and the manufacturers know it.
that's why they can't force a dealer to do warranty work to a unit that they didn't sell. they can hope and cajole them but they can't force them.
same way they can't force them to sell the FR 2nd year warranty. they can only suggest that they offer it.
now, why FR just doesn't add the 2nd year from the get-go, is a whole other discussion.
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