Originally Posted by Stavman
It's a house constantly in an earthquake
First, congratulations! Now -
This is absolutely the greatest advice. Every time you move the unit or even open a compartment, after you travel, remember this. Watch the movie "RV". Learn from the stupid comedy of Robin Williams. You see it every day on the highways and in campgrounds. Stay close to the dealership for the first couple of days, nobody will give you better service than that particular dealership in the first days after the sale. They are obligated to make things right. Other Camping World dealerships, other dealers selling the same brand, do not have that "Lemon Law" obligation. Nothing means anything if it is not in writing. Even then, settlement may only be resolved in court, so be careful and diligent.
This is not a positive or negative statement against Camping World or any other RV dealership. Its a statement directed toward the relationship of a salesman trying to close a deal compared to a service facility that already has a back log of work. Its an exciting day for you and just another day for everyone else. Always keep that in mind and, no matter what, NEVER loose your temper.
Normal disclaimer applied, your results may vary.