From what I understand all the models are coming with the exception of the soft floor (box with a tent in top) units.
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If he filed for bankruptcy it's highly unlikely that anyone will see a dime of their money returned.
You can file a civil suit but it's a royal pain to sue through the bankruptcy courts and it costs twice as much most times
Criminal charges will never be filed as it turns into a mess most DA...
MDC is now in the US.
I spent a lot of time looking at current reviews and comments before I moved forward.
I have an Explorer Rear Fold and it's a nice trailer. Wiring is soldered and shrink wrapped,
The distributor in AZ says he should have the rest of the line up next month.
I'm proud to say you're looking at the first US DOT spec MDC camper in the US. It's an Explorer Rear fold and it's great! It is their entry level trailer but has everything I need, outside kitchen, big ass enclosed awning, good amount of storage and queen bed to make the wife happy
I picked it...
I know it's hard to believe but the Chinese can make a decent product if the quality control and engineering is monitored and enforced firmly.
The problem is most of the manufacturers over there simply buy someone else's product and copy it cosmetically and don't understand the engineering...
That's just it when you take even the most expensive trailers apart most of them are built exactly the same way as the cheap ones.
It not only takes a wise consumer market but a manufacturer that actually cares about quality and makes changes accordingly. So far I've found one that I've worked...
They don't enforce testing that well but it's a product liability / insurance thing. If it breaks and there's a lawsuit you'll get screwed if you don't have the paperwork to show you did it.
Kevin J. - Who's hitch are you looking at?
The lemon laws do actually apply in most states as RVs are considered a vehicle by law. You have to find a lawyer who is willing to push that point.
Check here also http://www.ohiolemonlaw.com/lemon-laws/vehicle-type/rv/find-yo/
When you buy a trailer / RV you need to make sure you read the...
You have a few things that come into play building a trailer as a low production company.
Labor costs = Usually 100-200 hours @ $25-30/hr. That's probably being conservative.
Material costs = Small low volume companies pay anywhere from 10-20% more for materials than the high volume guys do...