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Old 06-07-2016, 08:52 AM   #11
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Interesting rumor you heard regarding the warranty not kicking in until a unit is titled. I will have to thoroughly read through the warranty documents because I plan on obtaining the Manufacturer's Statement of Origin directly from RV Express in Middlebury, IN followed by only using one of my auto dealer license plates for traveling without ever actually titling the TH through a state's DMV process. This is lawful and using my dealer plates is applicable under reciprocity laws in all 50 states and Canada. By the way, my TV will also be displaying a dealer plate.
I didnt' think it was legal to tow anything with a dealer plate equipped TV. How have you gotten around this?
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Old 06-07-2016, 09:22 AM   #12
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I didnt' think it was legal to tow anything with a dealer plate equipped TV. How have you gotten around this?
I am not sure if towing has much to do with it.
However, I would be surprised if it is legal to leave dealer plates on a vehicle for any length of time. The poster may do it, and apparently has the plates, possibly works/owns a dealership. Whether it is legal or not, is another question.
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Old 06-07-2016, 10:16 AM   #13
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I didnt' think it was legal to tow anything with a dealer plate equipped TV. How have you gotten around this?
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I am not sure if towing has much to do with it.
However, I would be surprised if it is legal to leave dealer plates on a vehicle for any length of time. The poster may do it, and apparently has the plates, possibly works/owns a dealership. Whether it is legal or not, is another question.
I do own a dealership and because of this, under CA Vehicle Code, the owner can use dealer plates for any "personal" reasons and at any time. Same goes with the dealership's insurance policy which clearly states, "any vehicle owned". Where it would be illegal, "not unlawful", is if one was using the TH, TV or off road vehicle for delivering parts, merchandise or for example, providing transportation to and from for customer's who bring their vehicle in for service/repairs because such would be considered operating in commerce with dealer plates. Bottom line here is the fact that camping, traveling, off roading, etc. is not operating in commerce and therefore such is both legal and lawful under CA law and such laws are under reciprocity nationwide and Canada. Been a licensed dealer for going on 18 years now.
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Old 06-07-2016, 10:24 AM   #14
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I do own a dealership and because of this, under CA Vehicle Code, the owner can use dealer plates for any "personal" reasons and at any time. Same goes with the dealership's insurance policy which clearly states, "any vehicle owned". Where it would be illegal, "not unlawful", is if one was using the TH, TV or off road vehicle for delivering parts, merchandise or for example, providing transportation to and from for customer's who bring their vehicle in for service/repairs because such would be considered operating in commerce with dealer plates. Bottom line here is the fact that camping, traveling, off roading, etc. is not operating in commerce and therefore such is both legal and lawful under CA law and such laws are under reciprocity nationwide and Canada. Been a licensed dealer for going on 18 years now.
This is off topic but I hope you don't cause a wreck because someone else will own your dealership.
Also this may hinge on tax evasion as if it goes in you dealer inventory, you don't pay the applicable California sales tax.
You may want to delete your post. lol
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This is off topic but I hope you don't cause a wreck because someone else will own your dealership.
Also this may hinge on tax evasion as if it goes in you dealer inventory, you don't pay the applicable California sales tax.
You may want to delete your post. lol
This is off topic too however, to answer you, no one can own my incorporated dealership if insurance covers whatever possible liabilities happen to occur or if I elect to pay what is not covered by insurance. The state of CA can not and will not prosecute for tax evasion on what is considered inventory units. Everything in inventory is for sale or being staged for sale at some point. In some cases, some of my inventory is priced very, very high and the likelihood of someone actually offering to pay the full pop and non-negotiable asking price may be the kicker here. As of yet, I haven't come across a law, code, statute or rule that dictates what price a dealership or anyone else for that matter must or must not sell an inventory or private party unit for pricewise. I'm not saying such will never be the case however, I will leave possible political rhetoric at the door, know what I mean?
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My 2011 rig sat on the dealers lot for almost a year. When I purchased it, the 2 yr warranty clock started ticking.

Fortunately, I have had only minor problems requiring return to the dealer for repairs.
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Old 06-07-2016, 11:29 AM   #17
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The warranty starts when the dealer submits the proper paperwork to Jayco. If a unit is damaged upon delivery that is another matter. I don't know of a dealer that checks out the refridgerator before the unit is sold. They would just have to do it again before PDI.
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My 2011 rig sat on the dealers lot for almost a year. When I purchased it, the 2 yr warranty clock started ticking.

Fortunately, I have had only minor problems requiring return to the dealer for repairs.
Yes Norty, this is exactly what I am hoping for. I can perform many of the trivial issues myself and even have many tools, space, and capability to perform most major issues. However, I will also demand that all parties follow any lawful contract (warranty) to the tee and force the doctrine of operating with clean hands. Yes, I will be expected to follow these very same guidelines as well and if I screw up, I will pay the piper.
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They can pull a frig from a different unit and put in yours. During our PDI I inquired a lot about the stereo and how to play movies and connect the phone through it. In the process we found some subsystem part of the stereo did not work (it played music just fine). They did not have one in stock. They pulled one out of another TT, and replaced it while we finished up the PDI.
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GREAT new today, the fridge is working correctly. They said somewhere between the shipping from Norcold and Jayco instilling it that the unit may have been laid down for a couple of hours and the ammonia was messed up in the coils. Norcold told the dealer to plug it up and let it run for 48hrs and i should all equal back out and guess what, in less than 24 it had done it. The mechanic came in this morning and checked it and they were ice in the freezer and it had only been turned on for about 14hrs. Yeeeepeee momma is a happy camper ..
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