6130 Lazy Days Blvd, Seffner, FL 33584, USA
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Every purchaser of an RV must take it upon yourself to sign up for recall notifications at National Transportation and Safety Board website because Lazy Days is lazy and will NOT notify you. We were almost killed when the automatic transfer switch (that we didn’t even know we had—it was hidden behind plywood panels under the floor) melted down!!!

Come to find out there was a recall on this POS in 2011!

The RV manufacturer would notify purchasers, but Carriage went out of business a year after we bought our RV from Lazy Days! So, the dealer is culpable!

Auto dealers DO notify their customers of national recalls.

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Lazydays_RV
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We apologize for any inconvenience or issues you experienced with your vehicle. After a vehicle is delivered, the manufacturer is responsible to provide notice to owners of any new recalls.

Any vehicle owner may also determine if a vehicle is under recall by periodically running the vehicle’s VIN number against the national data base at SaferCar.gov. Sincerely, Lazydays

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QUOTE : "manufacturer is responsible" ... correct.

QUOTE BY OP : "Auto dealers DO notify their customers of national recalls" ...

perhaps some do as a courtesy but that would be limited to newly built vehicles and it is not their primary responsibility ; it is that of the manufacturer. Nearly a decade has passed ; it is incumbent upon the purchaser to check it out for him/herself.