Hello, my family just bought a new 2014 Toy hauler 5TH wheel RV from a large recreation dealership which they totally screwed us on. My wife and son live in full time. I had a very long list of stuff wrong with it right out the dealership. They had picked it up June 3rd and still have it in the shop and my wife and kid have been living in hotels, friends and families house for the entire summer. He starts school soon and they are still keeping it in the shop... It has been 2 months in the shop and this is at least the 3rd time it has been in the shop... plus it is a 2014! Is there anything I can do to push these guys to take this piece of crap back with some Federal Lemon Law since we live in Florida and the sate has nothing for RV's but there is a Federal Law (Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act) Can I sue this company or dealership or do anything to them for making my family go through this all summer.. when they sold us this brand new $111,187 RV? Thanks very much! Jason I forgot to mention they were fully aware of us living in it full time. Also the sales person lied to us and said we will have extreme equity in it and we did not after we gave him over $25,000 worth of cash and assets for down payment. They could of gone down to that price even with out all the money we gave them. My wife and 7 year old kid have been pretty much homeless because of this 2014 piece of junk from Forest River and the dealer that sells it Giant Recreation World. I would love to get back what they took from us. Thanks again! :)
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