A unit is completed, on average, in about 7 hours.
The workers get to work at 5am and can leave at any time after their quota is done. Most are gone by noon. This does not encourage quality. It encourages workers to slam things together as quick as they possibly can so they can go home. Not how I would run a business.
The dealers are not given near enough time to conduct a proper PDI. So, once again, things fall through the cracks.
Then, when you go to conduct your own personal PDI, they try to rush you out in 30 minutes. If you resist, they try to charge you $100\hr for any time you take to do a proper PDI.
Laws need to change concerning RVs. Lemon laws should apply and Jayco should have more control over its dealers. Rejecting warranty work because they did not sell you the unit is horse hockey. You would never get treated like this at a car dealership.
And I agree with what one of the others said. There are Omish wood workers rolling in their graves at the construction practices conducted by Jayco.
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