Originally Posted by alerra
Thanks for the advice. I will check TerryTown RV. I have a question, though. From what I understand the problem is with RVW Wholesalers is that other dealers often refuse to do warranty work when a unit is bought elsewhere. I would imagine that would also be the case with TerryTown RV or any remote dealer.
I'm not clear on how this works with RVs. When you buy a car, you can have it serviced anywhere. The car manufacturers would not allow a dealer to refuse service to a car owner under legitimate warranty under any circumstance.
Clarification on this would be appreciated.
your first mistake is comparing the auto industry, with the RV industry.
the only thing that they have in common, is that they both make things on wheels and have dealerships to sell them.
after that, there's very little in common. RV dealers don't have the same agreements with the manufacturers, like they do in the auto industry.
they can service who and when they choose to.
that said, we bought from a dealer 2000 miles away and FR found local dealers that were willing to do the warranty work. one didn't even sell FR products.
you also can, if pre-approved by FR, have an independent RV shop do the warranty work. you may have to pay up front, but FR usually will reimburse you the money.
Dan-Retired California Firefighter/EMT
and Zoe the Wonder Dog(R.I.P.)
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4pt Equal-i-zer WDH and 1828lbs of payload capacity